Get involved and support our work
Down Syndrome Australia works alongside the State and Territory Associations to make sure people with Down syndrome have every opportunity to reach their life goals. We rely on your support to fulfil our mission. There are many ways you can get involved.
Down Syndrome Australia depends on donations to support our advocacy work on behalf of people with Down syndrome and their families. We are grateful for your support.
Please quote your name in the description when donating by direct debit
- Acc Name: Down Syndrome Australia
- BSB No: 033 048
- Acc No: 40-4216
Down Syndrome Australia, 552 Victoria Street, Melbourne, VIC 3067
Leave a Bequest
The generous donations we receive through bequests or gifts-in-lieu helps to ensure the ongoing sustainability of our organisation.
Donation envelopes are available on request and for assistance in how to leave a bequest, please contact us directly.
Participate in events or fundraise for us!
Association members and community are encouraged to participate in fundraising events. Funds raised in this way directly assist us in our work to provide the best possible life outcomes for people with Down syndrome and their families.
You can find out more on our events page and join in the fun!
Partner with us or become a Sponsor!
Down Syndrome Australia has a range of opportunities for organisations who may wish to sup-port our work and programs. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss partnerships or sponsorship opportunities.
Join your state association
The national associations have come together to represent and progress the needs, interests and aspirations of people with Down syndrome and those who support them.
Get in touch with your local Down syndrome association and join to enjoy the benefits!
Lots of Socks
Celebrate International World Down Syndrome Day on 21 March by selling our official socks.
Selling socks is a simple way to raise funds for your local Down Syndrome Association. Funds raised will go towards your local Down Syndrome Association to continue their work by supporting and empowering people with Down syndrome to have full access to social and economic inclusion.