Support Us : Trusts

The Down’s Syndrome Association receives a large part of its fundraising income from Charitable Trusts and Foundations. Such generous involvement is instrumental in achieving our goals; allowing us to make a real and measurable difference to the lives of so many people with Down’s syndrome.

Every gift is special regardless of source, size or purpose, received as a one-off donation or part of committed support over many years.

Whilst the Down’s Syndrome Association is a national charity, we are pleased to be able to provide comprehensive, specialist, hands on support in our local communities with the support of Charitable Trusts and Foundations with a regional interest.

As the Down’s Syndrome Association continues to grow and pioneers more new initiatives, the support of Charitable Trusts and Foundations becomes even more crucial to enable us to achieve our aims.

What's New

  • Educating our children: are things slipping?

    By Carol Boys, Chief Executive As the start of our 50th anniversary grows ever closer, I have been spending quite a bit of time in the las…

  • 21-Hour Footy Fundraiser Raises £10,000

    Rob Hardiman, whose Uncle Shaun has Down's syndrome, organised a 21-hour football tournament at St George’s Park (home of the FA) on 28 of September 2019 to raise money for the Down's Syndrome…

  • Let’s Talk About Relationships and Sex

    The Information and Training Team have spent much of the last year developing a new eight week training course package for adults with Down’s syndrome cove…