We need your support to continue to work with our members who need our help. Donate or fundraise here. Read more
You can donate online to (or fundraise for) our Global Support campaign, which ensures we can build the capacity of small national Down syndrome organisations to advocate for the rights of people with Down syndrome.
You can make a general donation to support our work, either online or in a number of other ways.
You can also make a membership donation, which is voluntary for individuals and £240 for organisations.
Finally, you can make a donation to our Rwanda project via Global Giving.
Whatever method you choose, we really appreciate it!
We need your support to continue to work with our members who need our help. Donate or fundraise here.
If you want to make a donation but do not have a specific project in mind, this is the place for you.
You can make a membership donation here. Donations are voluntary for individuals (suggested £10) and £240 for organisations.
Thank you for your support through 2019. Visit our 2020 page to make a donation.
CSM are taking part in World Down Syndrome Day to raise money to support those with Down Syndrome and their families.
In honor of that extra chromosome, we want to show our support by wearing LOTS OF crazy SOCKS.
I'm an actor currently working at the Royal Shakespeare Company and my sister has Down's Syndrome. We happen to have our last performances of both King John and The Whip on the 21st of March so I'm encouraging everyone to wear odd socks and support as they feel they can.
To raise money for kids and adults with down syndrome
I am fundraising for down syndrome because I want to raise awareness of the birth defects and heart issues that often accompany down syndrome.