How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$20 will help fund one week of enrichment session for persons with Down syndrome to hone their talents and abilities.
$50 will help subsidise monthly support session for a child with Down syndrome studying in mainstream schools.
$100 will help empower an adult with Down syndrome through monthly skills training.
$200 will help defray the cost of Infant Toddler Programme for family with infants/toddlers with Down syndrome for a month.
Our Campaign Storyends 01 May 2018, 11:59 PM
DSA is a self-funded, non-profit Voluntary Welfare Organisation.
DSA provides support to families and caregivers, help persons with Down syndrome to lead a normal life and thus be able to contribute to society and help them integrate into mainstream society.
I joined the Classic Mrs Singapore 2018 pageant as I wanted to challenge myself; not only did I manage to do what I thought I couldn't and found a brand new me, through this pageant, I got to learn more about DSA. I was also given the opportunity to perform for these lovely kids. Kids with Down syndrome are just like you and me; in fact, they are happier than us, who at times are so blinded by the pursuit of power and wealth that we forget the most important thing in life, that is to be happy. We only have one life, let's make the most of our lives and bring happiness to people around us.
Let us remind ourselves that the secret to happiness is helping others.
About The Charity
Established in 1996, Down Syndrome Association (Singapore) is a primarily self-funded, non-profit social service organisation dedicated to serving the needs of individuals with Down syndrome and their families. Annually, DSA supports more than 400 persons with Down syndrome and over 1,000 family members.
Develop individuals with Down syndrome through lifelong learning and social integration; support families through specialist services, information and education; and advocate for equal opportunities, quality of life and their contribution to society.
Currently, DSA offers services in the following categories: Children Education Services, Adult Education Services, Enrichment Programmes, and Family Support Services.