Kurt Kondrich
Chloe's Foundation launch event
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By Kurt Kondrich
August 30, 2018

Greetings,

I wanted to share some very exciting news! We will be launching "Chloe's Foundation" in NYC on the evening of Saturday 09/15/18 after the amazing Times Square Down syndrome Event (See press releases below). You can register for the Launch Event here and please share: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chloes-foundation-launch-event-tickets-49201372630

I also wanted to share this awesome National Article, and God is using individuals like Chloe to restore a Culture of Life that includes everyone and where people "Embrace don't erase" Down syndrome: http://www.lifenews.com/2018/08/17/amazing-moment-when-girl-with-down-syndrome-looks-at-the-sky-and-says-i-see-him-dad-i-see-jesus/

We hope to see you in NYC and please contact me if you want to be part of this historic movement!

Blessings,

Kurt

Kurt A. Kondrich M.Ed
President Chloe's Foundation

Chloe's Dad
412-951-9117
https://www.facebook.com/kurt.kondrich

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Please join us on Saturday 09/15/18 in New York City for the launching of "Chloe's Foundation"

Come hear how we will be working to provide support and assistance to children with Down syndrome and their families by focusing on ABILITIES and the priceless gift of LIFE. Unacceptable rates of children globally diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome are terminated, 100% in Iceland, and Chloe's Foundation will work to restore a culture of Life for individuals with Down syndrome and end this silent eugenic movement – "Embrace don't erase Down syndrome."

Chloe has planted countless positive seeds since her birth in 2003, and she has a law named after her in PA – "Chloe's Law." She recently met with the President and Vice President during the March for Life, presented at the United Nations in NYC, met with NYC Cardinal Dolan, received a prestigious award from Good Counsel Home in NYC, and she is advocating for a law in PA that will ban Down syndrome abortion.
Kurt Kondrich 412-951-9117 kurtkondrich@gmail.com


Chloe will be signing pictures of her with President Trump, NYC Cardinal Dolan and Vice President Pence – PRICELESS!

Proverbs 31:8 "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves

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PRESS RELEASE


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media Contact:

Josh Harlow
405.850.4471
Joshua@jones.pr

Local Contact:
Kurt A. Kondrich
412-951-9117
kurtkondrich@gmail.com

PITTSBURGH RESIDENT TO BE FEATURED IN NATIONAL DOWN SYNDROME SOCIETY VIDEO FOR THE 4TH TIME


To Help Kick Off Down Syndrome Awareness Month In Unique Annual Video Presentation

NEW YORK (July 12, 2018) – Chloe Kondrich of Pittsburgh, PA will appear in the bright lights of Broadway on Saturday, September 15, as part of the National Down Syndrome Society's annual Times Square Video presentation. The featured photographs highlight children, teens, and adults with Down syndrome, reminding the world in a very big way about the contributions and milestones of people with Down syndrome. These collective images promote the value, acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome.

The photo of Chloe who happens to have Down syndrome, was selected from more than 2,400 entries in the NDSS worldwide call for photos. Almost 500 photographs will appear in the video, which will be shown in the heart of Times Square.

Chloe is pictured at the White House with Vice President Mike Pence!



The Times Square Video presentation kicks off Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October. The video presentation will be followed by the 24th Annual Flagship Buddy Walk in New York City. This year, Buddy Walk events will be held in more than 275 cities across the country, as well as select international locations, in and around October with over 325,000 people participating around the globe. For information about the NDSS Buddy Walk Program, visit www.buddywalk.org or call 800-221-4602.

ABOUT NDSS

The National Down Syndrome Society is the leading human rights organization for all individuals with Down syndrome. NDSS provides state-of-the-art, comprehensive programming to all individuals with Down syndrome and their families with four main areas of programming which include: the National Advocacy & Policy Center, the Inclusive Health and Sports Programs, including the National Buddy Walk ® Program, Community Outreach and Resources and Public Awareness. NDSS envisions a world in which all people with Down syndrome have the opportunity to enhance their quality of life, realize their life aspirations and become valued members of welcoming communities. For more information visit www.ndss.org

© Kurt Kondrich

 

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