OTHER WAYS to Get Involved
Thank you for your interest in supporting DSRTF. We are working hard to find treatments to improve cognition in those with Down syndrome. The are a variety of ways that you can help make a difference, some involve financial support, others involve an investment of your time.
Help Spread the Word
We need your help to build awareness about cognition research and DSRTF. Help us Spread the Word.
Organize a Local Fundraising Group or Local Affiliate Group
The long-term success of DSRTF depends upon support in local communities. As a young organization, one of our goals is to build strong and effective affiliate groups in local communities to help us fund research. If you are interested in organizing a group in your community or would like to hold a fundraising event, please contact us. We will help you get started! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arrange for your Local Down Syndrome Support Group to Donate
Many communities already have Down syndrome support groups. We would like you to make DSRTF a part of your annual giving program. Let us know if you would like us to present a program on DSRTF's research efforts to your local support group.
Become a Corporate Partner
DSRTF encourages corporations to become partners in our efforts to fund Down syndrome cognition research. If your company, or one you know, would like to make a corporate contribution or develop a cause marketing program to help identify treatments that will improve cognition, please contact DSRTF at email@example.com or by phone at 650.468.1668.
Help Identify Potential Donors in Your Area
DSRTF would like to identify persons who may be interested in making a significant contribution. Do you know someone in your community who may want to learn more about DSRTF before making a donation? Please let us know.
Help Expand our Mailing List
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DSRTF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization and all contributions are tax deductible. Please consider additional ways of support DS cognition research with your time and connections.