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- On Sunday, October 13th, I’ll be participating in the 17thAnnual Buddy Walk & Family Festival hosted by the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC) to promote the acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome.
Here is why I am participating in the walk. I am participating for the benefit of my daughter Margaret Catherine and all children with Down Syndrome. Shortly after I first became aware I was pregnant. I was rushed to the emergency room. My fiancé and I have opposite blood types and we were advised that we had 50/50 chance of miscarriage. Margaret was born 5 1/2 weeks premature due to preeclampsia and high blood pressure. My miracle Margaret was born on March 28th, 2013 at 12:50 am. She weighed 4lbs 10 oz. and was 17 inches in length. We found out at birth that she had Down Syndrome & VSD (Ventricular Septal Defect). She spent an entire month in Tufts Medical Center NICU unit. James and I visited constantly to ensure Margaret we were there for her. We received the disheartening news after birth that Margaret had a rather large hole in her heart. James and I were terrified when we received the news, but miraculously the hole closed within months. I wouldn’t change this miracle for anything an extra chromosome makes her extra special. The MDSC offers top-notch programs and services for people with Down syndrome and their families, educators, health care professionals, and the community-at-large. Your support will bring me one step closer to achieving my goal of $1,000 to help the MDSC to continue to reach its ultimate goal—to ensure that all individuals with Down syndrome are valued, included, and given the opportunity to pursue fulfilling lives. Your donation can be made online at http://www.kintera.org/faf/donorreg/donorpledge.asp?ievent=1065105&supId=389381006&msource=bfschedule Or by mailing back the bottom part of this letter with an enclosed check made payable to the MDSC. Any amount is appreciated and makes a difference. We’d also love to have you join our team and be a part of this special day by also clicking that link. Thanks for your support and for making a difference in the lives of people with Down syndrome and their families! Angela Diaz email ADiaz1@berklee.edu Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/teammiraclemargaret