Join the DSCBA Community!
We hold community and fundraising events throughout the year.
Indulge your sweet tooth and support a great cause with the DSCBA's See's Candies fundraisers! Throughout the year, we bring the candy store experience to your doorstep. The best part - 20% of your purchase goes directly to supporting the DSCBA.
Get ready to mingle and party at a FREE special event for all DSCBA members and their families for World Down Syndrome Day in March!
In the Spring, we hold our annual Gala fundraising event. This is an opportunity for the community to come together for a semi-formal evening with dinner and auctions to support and celebrate the work of the DSCBA.
The DSCBA is excited to offer iCan Shine Bike Camp for a limited number of our members ages 8 and up with Down syndrome!
Project Zin weekend offers a series of dining events hosted by Chef Palmer, Clay Mauritson and some of the industry’s most elite winemakers. Join us for a weekend celebrating zinfandel and help us support a very important local cause. All proceeds will benefit the Down Syndrome Connection Bay Area (DSCBA).
Join the DSCBA and RUN for Down Syndrome!
The Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay area hosts it's annual T21 FUN RUN at the beautiful Lafayette Reservoir!
October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and we host the walk to celebrate accomplishments of members with Down syndrome and to promote awareness and inclusion. The Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk is also the largest fundraiser of the year.
The Down Syndrome Connection has been serving the greater San Francisco Bay Area since 1998. Our mission is to empower, inspire and support people with Down syndrome, their families and the community that serves them, while fostering awareness and acceptance in all areas of life. We thank you for considering a sponsorship for our annual event/s. The generosity of the greater community is what keeps us going strong.
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To empower, inspire and support people with Down Syndrome, their families and the community that serves them, while fostering awareness and acceptance in all areas of life.