We’re going virtual!
With the health and safety of our members being our primary focus, we feel it’s in the best interest of our community, volunteers, and staff to move the 2020 Buddy Walk® to a virtual event.
Houston has celebrated Buddy Walk® for the past 20 years as a family, a community, and as a city, but this year we’ll be taking Buddy Walk® to our own parks, sidewalks, and neighborhoods. While our circumstances may be different this year, our celebration will be just as big. We encourage each of you to gather your family and friends on November 14, 2020, for your own safe and socially distanced Buddy Walk® experience – your way, and on your terms!
To get started, just select the “REGISTER” button to start a team, join a team or register with no team. Additional family/team members can be added by selecting the green “Add Another Registrant” button during Step 3. After you complete registration you can start your team or personal fundraising page by selecting the “Fundraising Page Set Up” button at the top of the online receipt.
Team Captains please note: Make sure to provide your user name and password when prompted during registration to have access to your team and donor information from last year. Click here for instructions.
If you cannot participate in this event but would like to make a donation to the Down Syndrome Association of Houston, please select the DONATE button. You can also donate to an individual or team by visiting their fundraising page under the TEAMS/PEOPLE tab.
Walk Registrant – free
Individual with Down syndrome – free, includes t-shirt if registered by 10/18.
T-shirt available for purchase- $21 thru 10/18.
To learn more about our programs, events and support available through our organization, please visit our website: Down Syndrome Association of Houston.
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