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AUGUST 2019
In Theaters NOW!
Global partnered with local Down syndrome organizations to ensure The Peanut Butter Falcon’s limited 17-screen opening weekend was so successful with ticket sales that it triggered distribution to 1,000 screens across the country.
A Nationwide Release
Meet Our 2019 Models
Global announces beautiful and brilliant self-advocate models for this year’s Be Beautiful Be Yourself Fashion Show on Saturday, November 2nd. Learn about their amazing lives and check out their headshots!
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Down Syndrome Advocacy in Uganda
Global publishes game-changing white paper on Down syndrome in Uganda. Other co-authors include Anna and John J. Sie Foundation, the University of Denver, Global Livingston Institute, and the Norwegian University of Technology and Science.
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 Alzheimer’s Expert Educates Families
Dr. Huntington Potter, the Director of Global’s affiliate Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center, gives keynote presentation at “Caring Counts,” discussing potential research breakthroughs and providing families with helpful resources.
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Help Macy Walk!
UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has denied fundamental medical care to a 9-year-old girl with Down syndrome who is immobile. Advocate with Global and help us encourage the NHS do the right thing.
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Support life-changing research and medical care for people with Down syndrome today.
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The Global Down Syndrome Foundation is a public nonprofit 501(c)(3) dedicated to significantly improving the lives of people with Down syndrome through research, medical care, education and advocacy. Formally established in 2009, Global has the primary focus of supporting the Linda Crnic Institute for Down Syndrome, the first academic home in the U.S. committed to research and medical care for people with the condition, and the Anna and John J. Sie Center for Down Syndrome at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Global is an inclusive organization without political or religious affiliation or intention.