Become a Partner
The Global Down Syndrome Foundation is committed to sharing and partnering with organizations and businesses across the country and the world. By sharing and partnering in the US, the Foundation is able to create awareness very specific to the Down syndrome community as well as mainstream America. The Foundation is deeply grateful to the organizations and businesses that support its mission, vision and values. Over time, the Foundation will work to establish global partnerships in order to truly and significantly improve the lives of all people with Down syndrome. If you or your organization are interested in partnering with the Global Down Syndrome Foundation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Partners are an invaluable resource, as they help the Global Down Syndrome Foundation fulfill its mission to improve the lives of people with Down syndrome by providing safe, engaging, quality programs throughout the year. Program Partners work to run a variety of programs for children and adults with Down syndrome, providing staff, planning and financial support. The Global Down Syndrome Foundation is proud to join the following Program Partners:
Be Beautiful Be Yourself Dance Class Program Partners
Sandy Wolf and The Melvin and Elaine Wolf Foundation
Dare to Play Football and Cheer Camps Program Partners
Dare to Play Soccer Camp Program Partners
Be Beautiful Be Yourself Fitness with PureBarre Class Program Partners
Global Down Syndrome Educational Series Program Partners
Global Down Syndrome Educational Fund – The Denver Foundation
The Global Down Syndrome Educational Series is a two-day conference that features nationally and internationally renowned Down syndrome experts. The first day of the conference is exclusively dedicated to professionals who are working with individuals with Down syndrome, while the second day is dedicated to parents, families and caregivers of people with Down syndrome. The purpose of the conference is to train as many people interacting with Down syndrome (young and adult) in terms of best practices and with the most current information, as well as empowering the local Down syndrome organizations and its members to provide better programs.
The Educational Series was first implemented in Colorado in 2006 and featured the late Dr. William Cohen. The conference had a resounding success, bringing over 202 parents and 170 professionals. Since its inception, the Series educated more than 2,542 parents and professionals in Colorado.