Danie’s Day, a special event in memory of Danielle Rose ’15, is set for Saturday, March 12 at JCU. Danie’s Day is an event where the JCU community welcomes children and adults with disabilities to campus for a few hours of crafts, games, lunch, and fun!
Faculty/Staff/Students: Do you have a family member or friend with Down syndrome or other special needs? Please encourage their parent or caregiver to register them to come to this FREE event. The event goes from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Parents are welcome to stay as well for some programming. Registration for all participants is here: https://johncarrolluniversity.wufoo.com/forms/danies-day-participation-form-2016/
Students: Would you like to be a buddy to a child or adult with special needs? Limited spots are still available. You must commit to staying at the event from 10am-2pm. Use this link to register today: https://johncarrolluniversity.wufoo.com/forms/danies-day-2016-student-participation/.
Danielle Rose was an Arrupe Scholar whose passions were rooted in helping children like her sister, April, who has Down syndrome. Danielle passed away in September 2012, and this event was established to keep her commitment to helping others with disabilities alive. Danie’s Day is co-sponsored by the Arrupe Scholars Program, Students for Social Justice, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Please contact Katie Spring at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need further information.