When 8-year-old Peyton Marquez was diagnosed with Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy in 2013, his family was determined to turn the negative into a positive. On May 29, they carried Peyton to the top of Half Dome to raise awareness for his condition.
Local non-profit Project Kindle, which sponsors residential and day camps for kids with disabilities, hosted their inaugural Dance Marathon in the Santa Clarita Valley. They are also preparing for their second annual Kindle Ranch Day Camp this June.
Yes I Can nonprofit, dedicated to helping disabled and socially marginalized students, hosted their 10th annual Summer Meltdown concert at the Santa Clarita Skate Park, featuring nationally recognized talent.