Interested in volunteering? Volunteers are an essential part of our organization! Without volunteers like you, the organization and the programs and services we offer would not exist. Come join us in spreading awareness, educating, and promoting inclusion and acceptance of people with Down syndrome in Central Texas. Please submit the DSACT Volunteer Registration form below if you are interested in volunteering with us. Volunteers must be 14 years and older (speech therapy volunteers must be at least 16 years old). We welcome volunteers in high school and college.
volunteer at the DSACT buddy walk
We need hundreds of volunteers for our Buddy Walk! Everything from unloading the van and setting up in the early morning to assisting with registration and activities throughout the day, to breaking down the event and loading the van back up - we need you!
We are especially in need of Spanish-speaking/bilingual volunteers. If you’re a bilingual volunteer, please use the button below, “Bilingual DSACT Buddy Walk Volunteer Registration” - thank you!
Want to learn more about our volunteer opportunities? Please read our Volunteer Handbook before filling out the interest forms.
In addition to the opportunities listed in the Volunteer Handbook, DSACT’s PEAK Speech Therapy Program invites volunteers to participate. Please note: PEAK Speech Therapy volunteers must be at least 16 years old. For more information, please see the PEAK Speech Therapy page. If you have questions about PEAK volunteering, please contact Speak Freely at (512) 233-4000.
Before registering to volunteer, please keep in mind:
DSACT volunteers must be at least 14 years old (16 years old for speech therapy volunteers).
We gladly welcome group volunteers! Please note group volunteer opportunities are primarily at DSACT events and on the weekends with DSACT recreational programs. Please direct questions about group volunteering to Asha Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use the button below if you are interested in volunteering with DSACT as an individual, rather than as part of a group.