Allen School Students Take Part In Walk to Support Down Syndrome

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The Allen School Of Health Sciences is proud to support our local communities through our Institution For Hope Campaigns

Sharing Down Syndrome Walk 2015

Recently the Allen School of Health Science’s Phoenix campus had a wonderful opportunity to join forces with a local non-profit group called Sharing Down Syndrome to raise funds and participate in their annual sharing walk. Students and staff came together and were able to raise over $1500 for this incredible organization.

Sharing Down Syndrome member Teresa Adair had the following to say regarding the Allen School’s participation in this event:

“We had a blast that day and are so glad it was a positive experience for you and your group. We appreciate your generosity with your team donations. We're grateful for individuals in our community who care enough to make a difference.”

Sharing Down Syndrome was founded in 1991 by Gina Johnson. Their mission is to educate and empower, but especially give hope to individuals who have Down syndrome so they may grow up to become independent self-advocates.

To learn more about this wonderful organization and offer them your support please visit https://www.sharingds.org/

About The Allen School of Health Sciences

Allen School of Health Sciences was established in 1961 and has trained thousands of medical professionals. It is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE). You can learn more about becoming a Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant or Medical Billing & Coding professional by visiting http://www.allenschool.edu or by calling 1-888-620-6745.

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