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About Campaignends 13 May 2017, 11:59 PM
Taking place six months after the events of "Finding Nemo", amnesiac character, Dory suddenly remembers her childhood memories. Accompanied by Nemo and Marlin, she sets off on a personal journey to find her family. She ends up at the Monterey Marine Life Institute, where she meets a white Beluga whale named Bailey, a white shark named Destiny and an octopus named Hank.
Hope to see you at the movie!
At DSA, we depend solely on the generosity of corporations and the community for the necessary funds needed to operate a wide range of educational and developmental programmes for our persons with Down syndrome. The DSA Charity Movie is part of our continuous efforts to raise funds to continue our work in providing educational, training and enrichment programmes for persons with Down syndrome.
Ticket sales start from $150 and for ticketing or sponsorship enquiries, please call Eng Hui or Lynette at telephone number 65009321
Down Syndrome Association (Singapore) is a self-funded, non-profit Voluntary Welfare Organisation. We are dependent on donations from the corporate community and members of the public to help us continue to improve the lives of persons with Down syndrome. We provide a range of programmes for babies, children and adults with Down syndrome. These range from educational programmes that impart life-skills and independence training to young adults with Down syndrome, integration support programmes for children with Down syndrome studying in mainstream schools, enrichment programmes such as dance, speech & drama and sports programmes that aim to enhance and develop specific skills in the participants. We also conduct family support group programmes for parents (with babies, children and mature adults). We thank you for your support of DSA in our efforts to educate, train and assist people with Down syndrome to become independent and contributing citizens of Singapore.