March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day as 3-21 signifies the uniqueness of the triplication (trisomy) of the 21st chromosome which causes Down syndrome. disABILITY Awareness speakers Sarah and Phil Clark share their story about Sarah’s countless abilities to students throughout central Indiana, and in this blog with all of you.
JMF has moved into the Engaged Eight Round of Brackets for Good. We’re reviewing our game tape and are so thrilled to have your support.
The JMF Junior Board acts as ambassadors for the Foundation’s mission to serve children of all abilities. Jacquie Baker, Junior Board member, describes her time with this group of dynamic high school students, and the impact the Joseph Maley Foundation has had on her life.
“Why JMF?” looks different for every individual. This summer, JMF intern, Aubrey Wiest, was especially instrumental in composing Love Remains resource pieces. Take a look at her “Why JMF?”
disABILITY Awareness, our cornerstone program, impacted many new schools this fall by spreading the message of acceptance through respect, empathy, and kindness.