Cathy Rigby hosts a day at CHOC and
Jonathan Jaques Children's Cancer Center at Miller Children's Hospital
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a time to honor and remember children and families affected by these rare diseases, and help rally support to give kids with cancer better outcomes by supporting research and resources.
Here are 10 easy ways you can help us reach more children and their families in the hospitals we serve. Click on the Purple words to get more info.
1. Join our 2nd annual 30/30 Challenge
2. Join our spokesperson Cathy Rigby's "Grateful Dollar" Campaign
3. Get to know our Ambassador Louis T. Lion and his Courage Campaign
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9. Volunteer with us
10. Sponsor A Day in the Playroom
Honor every healthy child you know to help a sick child who is in the hospital.
November is a great time to count your blessings for all the things you are thankful for. What better way to put your gratitude in to action. For all of the healthy children in your life honor them by donating a "Grateful Dollar" for children who are struggling with a parents worse nightmare ... a child who is very very ill.
Join us in our pledge to give a GRATEFUL DOLLAR FOR EVERY HEALTHY CHILD IN YOUR LIFE, your kids, grand children, nieces and nephews, your children's friends.
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Our wonderful Spokesperson and Board Member Cathy Rigby opened Peter Pan in Boston in 1989... and she will take her final bow as Peter Pan Sunday April 28, 2013 in Boston at Wang Center. We wish we could be there with her... wonderful show, wonderful cast and crew... Discovery Arts is so grateful to be a part of it... ♥♥♥
See the details about this wonderful cast at Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan
Enterprise News Theater Review
Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan runs through Nov. 18 at the San Diego Civic Theatre.
The Broadway musical Peter Pan comes to San Diego Nov. 13 for a five day run. Alongside Cathy Rigby as Peter Pan, Broadway veteran Brent Barrett plays the role of Capt. Hook. Mission Valley News spoke with Barrett in New York City while the show was on a hiatus. Barrett’s prior roles include Chicago, Annie Get Your Gun (opposite Reba McEntire), and a stint in the Las Vegas production of Phantom of the Opera at The Venetian. Barrett said preparation for the role came easy because he’d seen an original production as a kid and is very familiar with the role. Of course, the public notion of a pirate has changed considerably since then. “Jonny Depp’s role in Pirates of the Caribbean is the only reference of a pirate that a lot of young kids have today, said Barrett. “ Recently I was in La Mirada after a show out of costume and a young kid asked me if I had played the role of Capt. Jack Sparrow!”
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Shop Discovery Arts' Store to say ♥ I Love You ♥ this Valentine's Day. Not only will you put a smile on your Valentine's face your purchase will directly benefit a child who is in the hospital under-going cancer treatment.
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You can even get your tickets to "Peter Pan" starring our wonderful friend, Board Member and Spokesperson Cathy Rigby!!!
Great Theatre and a Great way to support Discovery Arts all at the same time.
When you go to Givenik.com to purchase your tickets to any show be sure to select Discovery Arts as 'My Charity'
Cathy Rigby has announced tour dates for the production of Peter Pan. We are so very proud of our fearless flier! See the dates here and catch the show when Peter Pan comes to your area!
Click here: Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan
Bringing the healing power of the arts to children who are in the hospital undergoing treatment for cancer or life-threatening illness.