Why Give To The DSAGC?

People often say they give in order to “make a difference.”  This phrase means different things to different people.  By donating to the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati (DSAGC), it means you WILL be making a difference and helping us fulfill our mission to empower individuals, educate families, enhance communities and together, celebrate the extraordinary lives of people with Down syndrome.  Your donation, enables us to do such things as offer workshops for parents and self-advocates on IEP’s or healthy relationships, offer free of charge early intervention therapies, provide ‘New Parents’ baskets and taxi vouchers for adults with DS.  Your gift will also support a diverse set of Community Groups as well as fund special events like our Independent Living Retreat.  These are just few ways in which your giving will make a difference!

To those of you have supported the DSAGC in the past - thank you!  I hope that your generosity towards our mission continues.  To those of you who may be first-time donors, I urge you to explore our website to learn more about our programs and how we strive to serve individuals with Down syndrome and their families in the Greater Cincinnati community.

To learn more about our Annual Campaign “Solidifying our Foundation,” to get more information about a wide range of giving opportunities with the DSAGC, feel free to browse any of the links on the “Ways to Give” section of our website.  To make a gift right now, just click our ‘DONATE NOW’ button at any time and in a few easy steps, you will be on your way towards making a difference!

You can also mail a donation to our offices at:
Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati
644 Linn St., Suite 1128
Cincinnati, OH  45203

The DSAGC is a fiscally responsible, independent, nonprofit 501(c) (3) and a key member of the Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit community.  All donations of $250 or more will receive a letter of acknowledgment for tax purposes.  For donations under $250, your canceled check or credit card statement will serve as your receipt.