Join the Celebration!

Welcome to Angels in Disguise! We are a national charity 501c3 charity dedicated to promoting Down syndrome awareness and appreciation. Through musical concerts and other events, we celebrate individuals with Down syndrome and their unique ability to enrich our lives, inform our souls and warm our hearts. Our Mission is to Celebrate the GIFT of Down syndrome. Change hearts and minds to achieve a world where individuals with Down syndrome are embraced and empowered; and inspire action promoting Down syndrome awareness, education and support. We welcome you to join the celebration! Follow us on twitter and Facebook or join our mailing list to stay in touch with the angels!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Angels in Disguise invites everyone to join them us Monday, March 21st for World Down Syndrome Day!
Help welcome Angels into the world by supporting this event at Renaissance Fun Park in Middletown, anytime from 3-9 PM.

Every Angel will get a free $5 arcade gift card!

Optional: Purchase a 3-hour one-person unlimited attraction pass for $20. Bring a baby item to donate and get your pass for just $15! Attractions include mini-golf, laser tag and go-carts. Passes will be available at the door. 

Pizza and unlimited drinks for $2 per person!

Proceeds from ticket sells will benefit the Angels in Disguise Adoption Grant Program. Baby items collected will be distributed to new babies born with Down syndrome through Skyler Sharing Smiles Baskets. 

Spread the word! Bring friends and family! 

Questions? sara@angelsindisguise.net

PAST EVENTS

Thank you for joining us for a wonderful evening with a very talented young man named Sujeet Desai! Sujeet is an accomplished musician, able to play eight different instruments! He has performed in over 40 states, and 13 countries. Sujeet is the recipient of over a dozen of International awards for his music and self-advocacy. With his musical versatility Sujeet has become a role model and brought inspiration and hope to individuals with disability, their parents, educators, and the services that work with them. Two documentaries were done on Sujeet's life, and he was the first musician with special needs to play at Carnegie Hall! 

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