Houston, TX – Join the Down Syndrome Association of Houston as we unite for a common cause and raise funds at the 2021 Houston Buddy Walk®. Whether you have Down syndrome, know someone who does, or just want to show your support, take the first step and donate or register today! Help us spread the word; all are welcome for our day of celebration!
To get started, just select the “REGISTER” button to start a team, join a team, or register with no team. Additional family/team members can be added by selecting the green “Add Another Registrant” button during Step 3. After you complete registration you can start your team or personal fundraising page by selecting the “Fundraising Page Set Up” button at the top of the online receipt.
Team Captains please note: Make sure to provide your user name and password when prompted during registration to have access to your team and donor information from last year. Click here for instructions.
If you cannot participate in this event but would like to make a donation to the Down Syndrome Association of Houston, please select the DONATE button. You can also donate to an individual or team by visiting their fundraising page under the TEAMS/PEOPLE tab.
Walk Registrant with a t-shirt – $21, includes t-shirt (Only available through Oct 8th)
Walk Registrant without t-shirt – free, does not include t-shirt
Individual with Down syndrome – free, includes t-shirt (If registered by October 8th)
To learn more about our programs, events and support available through our organization, please visit our website: Down Syndrome Association of Houston.
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