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3/08/14
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Welcome to the
Hopes and Dreams Foundation website,
a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the awareness and
appreciation of children and young adults with developmental disabilities,
including Down syndrome, and other specific challenges.
The main goals of the Hopes and Dreams Foundation are:

~To promote education and community involvement for children with
disabilities through social activities and experiences in creative arts
(music, dance, and theater)

~To establish unique programs for participants and support for families.

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The Buddy Walk is a one-mile advocacy walk for individuals with Down
syndrome and other disabilities.  Anyone can participate.  
Free food, entertainment, Moon Bounce Slide and more.
Pledges/Donations are encouraged throughout the year.
The Hopes and Dreams Foundation holds
an annual
BUDDY WALK at Core Creek Park
Langhorne, PA
For more information
CLICK HERE
The Dream Club is a service
developed by the Hopes and
Dreams Foundation for children with
disabilities ages 10 and above.  
The Dream Club programs bring
children  together in a fun setting
where they can participate in music,
dance and theater.
There is no charge for Dream Club
participants.


Learn More By Clicking
Here
Sunday, May 18th, 2014  
12:00-3:00
Core Creek Park
Langhorne,
PA
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Hopes & Dreams Foundation, Inc.
517 Cedarbrook Road
Southampton, PA 18966
(215) 264-2859
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The Buddy Walk® was created by the National Down Syndrome Society in 1995 to celebrate
Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October and to promote acceptance and inclusion of
people with Down syndrome. The Buddy Walk has grown from 17 walks in 1995 to nearly 300
walks planned for 2014 worldwide.  In 2013, more than  $12.2 million was raised nationwide to
benefit local programs and services, as well as the national advocacy and public awareness
initiatives of NDSS that benefit all individuals with Down Syndrome.
Sunday, May 18th, 2014  
12:00-3:00
Core Creek Park
Langhorne,
PA
Sunday, May 18th,  
12:00-3:00
Core Creek Park
Langhorne,
PA