ECHOage Partnership

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ECHOage-logoMoney raised through your birthday party with ECHOage will enable you to provide sports therapy for children with disabilities and significantly improve their motor abilities, levels of self-confidence and social skills. And, sports therapy is also a great outlet for just having fun.

All children, no matter what their range of abilities should to enjoy and benefit from sports activities. Your support enables The Jordana Lokash Foundation to fund a program managed by a physical education teachers and sports specialists, sessions include work with ropes, bars, tumbling mats, balls, and other similar equipment that can be used or adapted to each child’s needs.

We believe that this is something Jordana Lokash, who died in a car accident in March 1991, would have supported whole heartedly had she been given the opportunity. She loved to work with children and aspired to use sport and physical activity to help others. Established by her family and friends, the Jordana Lokash Foundation is raising money to support the Sports Therapy Program in Israel at Beit Issie Shapiro’s Special Education School – serving children ages 6 – 12 with severe developmental and physical disabilities, including Cerebral Palsy, Autism and more.

 

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ECHOage sponsorship letter

How Your Contribution Helps

Money raised through your birthday party with ECHOage will enable you to provide sports therapy for children with disabilities and significantly improve their motor abilities, levels of self-confidence and social skills. And, sports therapy is also a great outlet for just having fun.

All children, no matter what their range of abilities should to enjoy and benefit from sports activities. Your support enables The Jordana Lokash Foundation to fund a program managed by a physical education teachers and sports specialists, sessions include work with ropes, bars, tumbling mats, balls, and other similar equipment that can be used or adapted to each child’s needs

We believe that this is something Jordana Lokash, who died in a car accident in March 1991, would have supported whole heartedly had she been given the opportunity. She loved to work with children and aspired to use sport and physical activity to help others.

Established by her family and friends, the Jordana Lokash Foundation is raising money to support the Sports Therapy Program in Israel at Beit Issie Shapiro’s Special Education School – serving children ages 6—12 with severe developmental and physical disabilities, including Cerebral Palsy, Autism and more.