Are you creative? Do you want to make your mark on Buddy Walk Atlanta? We invite you to submit your design ideas for the 21st Annual Buddy Walk Atlanta!
We are now taking submissions through June 30th for our contest to select the design for this year's Buddy Walk® t-shirt.
Honor a friend or family member by donating to DSAA in their memory. It's a meaningful way to pay tribute and show how they live on in your heart.
After you have made your contribution in memory or in honor, an acknowledgement letter or email will be sent to the person(s) you designate. Simply email us with the full name and email/mailing address of the recipient.Donate
Monthly donations are an easy, automatic way to provide ongoing support and resources to DSAA. We invite you to subscribe to our Monthly Donor Club.Donate
Planned giving ensures that your generosity reaches generations to come, while you and your family enjoy the benefits of smart financial planning.
We are happy to discuss what planned giving could mean for you.
What will your legacy be?
Planned giving could be your most powerful and lasting legacy, ensuring that your generosity can support marginalized groups the moment help is needed.
Planned giving is not complicated. The simplest way to establish your legacy is to designate DSAA as a beneficiary in your will to receive a specified sum. This is called a bequest.
Other forms of planned giving include:
- Donating a percentage of your estate;
- Transferring appreciated market gains to DSAA, allowing you to avoid capital gains taxes; and
- Starting a charitable annuity benefiting both you and DSAA.
If you choose to leave a planned gift to the Down Syndrome Association of Atlanta, we would be honored to recognize your extraordinary commitment as a member of our Legacy Society.
Please consult a trusted lawyer or financial advisor before making any decisions regarding a planned gift.
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March 21, 2018 marks World Down Syndrome Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness of the genetic condition that results in three copies of the 21st chromosome and celebrating these special individuals around the world. This year's theme is “What I Bring to My Community.”
All people with Down syndrome must have opportunities to contribute to the community and live valued lives, included on a full and equal basis with others, in all aspects of society. People with Down syndrome can and do bring so much to the community, wherever they live around the world when given the opportunity. But many are prevented from making meaningful contributions.
Will you support World Down Syndrome Day and consider a gift of $3.21, $32.10, $321, or $3,210?
Thank you for your support!Donate
The Down Syndrome Association of Atlanta(DSAA) is a 501(c)(3) organization funded through donations, grants, corporate sponsorships, memorial donations, and proceeds from several fundraising events, including our annual Buddy Walk ® held in October. Your support goes directly to fund programs and services helping individuals with Down syndrome and their families from birth through adulthood and is greatly appreciated by the Atlanta Down syndrome community.Donate