Come to where the wild things are

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Come to where the wild things are

Come to where the wild things are

After a long three years, Inclusion Foundation’s talented emotion21 dancers are set to get back on stage, where they belong.

The 2022 emotion21 Annual Concert is back, bigger and better than ever. And you’re invited.

Performance is an integral part of the emotion21 program as it allows people with Down syndrome to showcase their abilities to their families, friends and local communities. It is a culmination of their teamwork over many months, collaborating and creating something special to share with an audience.

This year emotion21 participants have gone wild – think jungle jingles, natural environments and friends from the animal kingdom coming together for an unforgettable adventure.

Join in the fun. There will be a BBQ, door prizes and a raffle with lots of fun goodies up for grabs.

Many local businesses have supported Inclusion Foundation by donating raffle prizes. Therefore every single dollar raised from the raffle goes towards helping people with Down syndrome realise their full potential. By purchasing a ticket today you can help:

  • Train more dance teachers to ensure that they can support people with Down syndrome in their learning and development 

  • Acquire and improve dancing facilities such as ballet barres, fitness aids and performance props and costumes 

  • Invest in the continuous improvement of our curriculum to ensure that our programs are innovative and world-class

Can’t wait to see you there!

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