cannot do, such as:
- activities avoided
- foods banned
- experiences denied
- developmental milestones unmet
These deficiencies hit many families hard, and may make the expression "special
needs" seem like a tragic label. However, there are charitable programs in Southern
California that do not solely focus on the disabilities of children, they much rather
Baby Dae is a charitable program that was created and inspired in retrospect by a special family in Los Angeles whose only child struggled with severe terminal health issues.
The program was sparked by her father's vision to create grants and other relief care programs, which aid families care for children with cancer, cranial nerve disorders, neurological disorders and/or any other debilitating diseases.
The mission of Baby Dae is the commitment to raise both the awareness and
funds for children who are suffering from life threatening diseases and celebrate that their weaknesses tend to be accompanied by amazing strengths.
At least twice a year, the Baby Dae organization, through the National Association
of Child Development (NACD); presents at least two spectacular events to raise funds for
deserving charities like Camp Ronald McDonald, Children's Hospital, St Jude, and other
worldwide charities that provide relief or monetary aid to deserving families with
children who are ill.
Audiences can expect great music, great performances, and great give-a-ways at a
Baby Dae charity event; not to mention, that these events tend to be sure ways to see a
plethora of celebrities come out of hiding.
“It’s touching to see the support of artists and the community,” said Daisy Tate,
Legal Consultant for Capital Improvement & Social Giving and coordinator of the Baby
Dae charity benefits.
The Baby Dae organization also provides the public with wonderful opportunities
and experiences to help and enrich their local communities.
“People are volunteering in numbers, celebrities are committing their support and businesses are donating both time and energy in support of this very worthy cause,” said Alyse Freeman, intern for the Baby Dae organization.
It has been a long and rich tradition in our nation for people to come together and
form organizations to solve problems and enrich their communities.
Baby Dae is certainly one of those organizations.
It is dedicated to "doing good" and it exists solely to provide programs and services to the public.
When I interned with the Baby Dae organization, I found it to be a true blessing to see people look beyond their personal needs and extend a helping hand to others, especially in the midst of the challenges that we face today.
The Baby Dae organization is literally for the people and by the people.
Its mission is to help not only children but all people to achieve some common purpose.
This organization certainly plays a vital role in promoting the economic and social well-being of our communities in Southern California and more importantly, it provides a means for people to contribute time, resources and expertise for the greater good.
Check Out The Clips Below Of Past Baby Dae Events: