This Christmas, we invite you to participate voluntarily in the delivery of Christmas gifts to children with down syndrome at the Nuestra Señora del Rosario school in Anta, Cusco.
The delivery of the gifts will take place this December 18th, 2023 starting at 9:00 am.
Please confirm your donation to us at +51 947 709 924
We will be receiving the gifts before December 16th, in our office located at 317 San Agustin Street, Cusco.
Children with Down syndrome, a genetic condition characterized by the presence of additional genetic material on chromosome 21, have a special and unique place in our lives and communities. Each child is an individual with their own personalities, talents, and challenges, and Down syndrome is just a part of who they are.
These children often radiate a pure and contagious joy that brightens the world around them. Their honest approach to life, their ability to love unconditionally, and their positive attitude can teach us valuable lessons about empathy, patience, and acceptance.
While they may face certain cognitive and physical challenges, their potential is boundless. With the right support, they can achieve significant milestones and make meaningful contributions to society. Every achievement, no matter how small it may seem, is a cause for celebration and a testament to the efforts and dedication of both these children and those around them.
It is crucial that we provide an inclusive and supportive environment for these children to reach their full potential. Inclusive education, access to specialized medical services, and the promotion of acceptance and respect in our communities are fundamental pillars to ensure that every child with Down syndrome can thrive and be an integral part of our society.
Ultimately, children with Down syndrome remind us of the beauty of diversity and the importance of valuing each individual for who they are. Their presence enriches our lives and inspires us to be better people, to embrace diversity, and to build a more understanding and supportive world for everyone.