Quality One is excited to be celebrating it’s 10th year in supporting the Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida by participating in the organization’s “Bowl-A-Thon Tournament of Champions”.
This Sunday, February 16th, Quality One will be fielding two teams that are individually competing to raise money in support of Down Syndrome awareness and inclusion in Central Florida.
A primarily volunteer-run organization with no physical overhead, the Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida is a non-profit organization started by a group of visionary parents who wanted to have a direct impact on children, families and the community. The Foundation’s goal is centered on promoting inclusion, understanding and acceptance by expanding opportunities for individuals, families and communities touched by Down syndrome. Last year, the Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida awarded over $150,000 in scholarships, and fully funded a variety of programs designed to create support the inclusion of Down Syndrome affected individuals and families, including:
“We are THRILLED to continue our relationship with the Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida, and do whatever we can to raise money to support these integral programs inside of our community” said John Chiorando, President of Q1.
“The efforts of organizations like Quality One are invaluable to our efforts, and we couldn’t appreciate their support more” continued Camille Gardiner, Co-Founder of the Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida.