Alexander's Angels



Saturday, October 14, 2017

Sunken Meadow State Park

Parking Lot 2, The Pavilion  

Kings Park, NY 11754


10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


Matthews Minions - Captain: Christine Lehmann

Alexander's Angels envisions a world where individuals with Down syndrome are not defined by their disability but by their individuality.

Alexander's angels envisions a world where individuals with Down Syndrome are not defined by their ability but by their individuality

Team Goal

Team Registrants
Dan Di Pinto
Peter popi Di Pinto
Malcolm Stewart
Brianna DiPinto
Barbara Stewart
Kim Di Pinto
Barbie DiPinto
Matthew DiPinto
Matthew Lehmann
Christine Lehmann
Christina Capobianco
William Majuk
Pete DiPinto
Matthew Joseph Lehmann
Laura Mimi Di Pinto
Team Donors
Gerianne and Danielle Ray
Nana & Poppa
Brookhaven Fire Dept
Mimi & Popi
Barbie & Pete
Aunt Donna, Uncle Mike, Brennan & Lauren
Aunt Theresa, Uncle Steve & Zoe
Aunt Stina Uncle Bill
Donald and Florence Denninger
Kristine, Rich & Bryce
Proud Sponsors of Alexander's Angels 12th Long Island Buddy Walk
About the Buddy Walk

The Buddy Walk® was created by the National Down Syndrome Society in 1995 to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October and to promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome.  The Buddy Walk® has grown from 17 walks in 1995 to over 250 each year with at least one in every state across the country and many abroad.  The Buddy Walk program is supported nationally by NDSS and organized at the local level by parent support groups and other organizations, schools, and motivated individuals. 

Alexander's Angels has been the organizer of the Buddy Walk® on Long Island since its inception in 2007.  In addition to sustaining the corporation, funds raised by Alexander's Angels benefit local programs and services, Down syndrome cognitive research, as well as local and national advocacy and awareness initiatives that benefit all individuals with Down syndrome.

Alexander's Angels Mission
Alexander's Angels, Inc. Mission:  To further awareness of the contributions and needs of individuals with Down syndrome and to raise funds for advocacy, service, and research organizations.
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