March

World Down Syndrome Day Party

Saturday, March 16

Rock Your Socks and join us on Saturday, March 16 for dancing, photo booth, food truck, face painting, crafts, and more! Everyone is welcome to attend!

Guest Bartending Fundraisers

Wednesday, March 20

Wilmington, Newark, Bear, AND Lewes!

Join us at ALL FIVE Grain locations in DE for our Guest Bartending and Food Fundraisers on Wednesday, March 20!

  • ALL DAY: Show our flyer and 20% of your food total will be donated to DSADE!
  • 5:30-7:30 pm: Guest Bartenders will be pouring drinks and competing for Top Fundraiser! Help your favorite bartender(s) by coming during their shift or contributing to their Virtual Tip Jars!

World Down Syndrome Day!

Thursday, March 21

Don’t forget to Rock Your Socks!

For more information or to order Rock Your Socks, click HERE!

World Down Syndrome Day Tattoo Fundraiser

Thursday, March 21

We are SO excited for the return of our World Down Syndrome Day tattoo event at First State Tattoo!

Here’s how it works:

  • All day on Thursday, March 21, First State Tattoo will be closing their shop to provide tattoos for World Down Syndrome Day! Their address is 3311 B Old Capitol Trail, Wilmington, DE 19808, behind Prices Corner Shopping Center off Kirkwood Highway.
  • Walk ins only- first come, first serve from 11am-7pm
  • There is a $100 minimum for all tattoos — any designs are welcomed! A percentage of all proceeds will be donated to the DSA of Delaware.

IEP Planning Party

Saturday, March 23

Join us as we welcome Taryn Fletcher (affectionately known as Amari’s mom) for an IEP Planning Party! Taryn has an intensive background in education as a past school superintendent, instructional coach, and principal. Her consulting company, Truly POC INC, works with numerous schools in Delaware and other national organizations on best practices for breaking barriers and challenging social and cultural norms. 

Please come prepared with a current copy of your child’s IEP (Individualized Education Plan) as we dive head-first into how to feel confident for your child’s next IEP meeting.