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To register, create a team, and help raise funds for DSAL, go to our registration page.

Due to concerns regarding Covid19 and the health of all of our participants, we have decided to make our Lowcountry Buddy Walk a virtual event this year. Though our annual Buddy Walk is going to look different this year as a virtual event, the mission remains the same

  • spreading awareness of our friends and family with Down Syndrome and everything that they bring to the world
  • raising money to help DSAL's efforts to support our members with DS and their families

Registration will still include this year's t-shirt and make each registrant eligible to win online and fundraising prizes. Our goal is to make sure shirts are mailed to you in time to wear them for October's virtual events. As in the past, our members with Down Syndrome can register for free.

If you would like this year's Buddy Walk t-shirt, please register by 9/30/20. To be eligible for prizes, you may register through 10/17/20.

Please check in here or on our Facebook and Instagram pages for up to date social media challenges and available prizes.

As in previous years you can create a team in honor of your family member with Down syndrome. You can include information about your family member, as well as include pictures and videos. Creating a team is easy, and a great way to get your friends and family involved in this fun event. When you go through the event registration process you will have the option to join an existing team, create a new team, or register without joining a team.


Team Piper

Teams are a great way to rally friends and family behind a loved one!

Team Piper has grown from 12 to 40 participants.   It's an incredible day and as our team grows I've realized how much this means to Piper's friends to be a part-but most folks won't know to come unless you ask/invite them! SO get on first giving and create a team! Raise money so that we can continue all the awesome events next year and ensure that our kids with Ds know they are loved and supported! -Julia Slattery