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Get Involved

There are many ways to be involved in the UDSF.  Volunteers are always needed to help with the local community groups or on the state level.  Click this Volunteer link for more details.

The Utah Down Syndrome Foundation is a non-profit Foundation and relies on corporate and individual donations for funding.  You can be involved by donating personally to the Foundation or by outreaching to others, either individuals or corporations, who may be interested in supporting the mission and goals of the UDSF.  Flyers and brochures about the Foundation can be downloaded as PDF documents from the following list.  You may also send a request for printed pieces to info@udsf.org.

Organize a team for your family member with Down syndrome and participate in our annual Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome.  The walk provides an opportunity to raise money for the Foundation, along with increasing community awareness of individuals with Down syndrome.  It is a great way to be involved, have fun, and meet many other families connected with UDSF.  For more information, visit our Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome page.