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The Utah Down Syndrome Foundation sincerely appreciates donations in any amount. Our organization receives no federal funding and relies solely on corporate and private donations to provide critical programs designed to enhance the lives of individuals with Down syndrome and to create a community in which they are fully integrated, appreciated, and accepted. Many of the programs provide outreach, support, and education to parents and families as well. As parents are empowered to help their family member with DS, those individuals can look forward to increased opportunities to live fulfilling and productive lives.
WE HOPE THAT YOU WILL CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING WAYS:
* An online donation by clicking HERE
* A general donation to the Utah Down Syndrome Foundation (mailed to P.O. Box 675, Salt Lake City, UT 84110).
* Sponsorship of the statewide UDSF Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome.
* Participation in and/or sponsorship of the Cooper Bowden Memorial Golf Tournament. All proceeds benefit the Utah Down Syndrome Foundation.
* Full or partial sponsorship of an activity for a Young Adult Community Group. This request is specifically aimed at corporations or foundations who would like assist in both funding and providing volunteers for a specific activity for either a small or a large group of young adults. In UDSF terms, adults are "young" forever, and the age range for these community groups is 16 and above. Activities may target a specific group within the age range.
UDSF is a licensed 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Established in 1977, the Foundation is the largest support provider to the Down syndrome community in the state.