How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$20 covers two weeks of enrichment class for a person with special needs.
$50 contributes to the training of an adult with special needs to live independently.
$100 contributes to supporting a child with Down syndrome studying in mainstream schools.
$200 funds one session of Infant Toddler Programme for family with infants/toddlers with Down syndrome.
Our Campaign Storyends 27 Apr 2018, 11:59 PM
Who here has ever got into a paying job before they were 14 years old? I did! If I thought that life was tough, there are plenty others who are facing greater challenges. As a finalist for Mrs. Singapore 2018, and mother myself, it is my honor and privilege to be given this platform. The finalists of the pageant celebrated World Down Syndrome day 2018 in March together with the members of DSA and this left an imprint on my heart for the families, children and members of DSA. When one of the fathers told the story of a teen who was born premature with Down syndrome and was told by the doctors he would not last beyond a week and he did, the entire hall was electric! DSA is a self-funding, non-profit voluntary welfare organization with IPC (Institute of Public Character) status, which works closely and regularly with healthcare and educational professionals, and voluntary welfare organizations. http://www.downsyndrome-singapore.org/post/view/6/9
The funds raised will go to support the various programs which DSA runs such as the Adult Enhancement Programme, the DSA's Children's Education Services, which seeks to promote services for children with Down syndrome from birth to the age of 18 and this includes Educational Planning Service, Integration Facilitation Support Programme, Infant Toddler Programme and the Educational Enrichment Programme.Give to my campaign today to help me raise the cost of educating, teaching and developing our friends at DSA
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(S) 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(S) offers services in the following categories: Children Education Services, Adult Education Services, Enrichment Programmes, and Family Support Services.