In honor of 25 years in 2016, DSACT introduced the 25 Acts of DSACT -- 25 diverse and impactful ways that anyone can support DSACT, and help grow a bigger and better community. We charged members to fulfill at least three of the Acts before the end of the year. The Acts were selected to cover different levels of time, social, and financial investment.
Though we're now pushing 27 years (!), members are encouraged to continue their 25 Acts of DSACT!
25 ACTS OF DSACT
- Become a member or update your information
- Like DSACT on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
- RSVP (to attend or just express interest) to one our events on Facebook
- Donate to provide a full martial arts class ($50)
- Donate to send someone to swim lessons ($50)
- Donate to provide a full fitness class ($50)
- Donate to send someone to Kayak Camp ($200)
- Donate to provide two book club sessions to unlimited adults ($50)
- Share our infographic on DSACT history
- Refer us a company you think would make a perfect sponsor or partner.
- Connect your Amazon account to benefit DSACT
- Register for the Buddy Walk
- Support a new parent by purchasing this book on Down syndrome
- Find out if your employer does donation matching; set it up if they do! For questions, contact Cameron LaHaise
- Share your DSACT story and tag it #DSACT25
- Donate to the DSACT Speech Therapy Program in partnership with Speak Freely to continue this life changing program
- Donate $25 and ask a friend to match
- Register to become a volunteer
- Donate an item to our silent auctions
- Create a Buddy Walk Team with a fundraising goal of $1,000
- Recruit a friend, coworker, or new family to join DSACT -- anyone and everyone is welcome!
- Become a sustaining donor: Set up your recurring donation here
- Buy two Share the Passion notebooks; keep one, give one
- Attend one of DSACT's Education events
- Celebrate with us at our holiday party in December
Click on the images below to read more about DSACT's 25th Anniversary and an introduction to the 25 Acts of DSACT, authored by our Executive Director, Cameron LaHaise.