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Our ambassadors work constantly to end the genocide, discrimination, and mistreatment of Down syndrome!
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Between our board members and ambassadors, none of us could help from reaching out to people in need on a moments notice of learning about them. At one point, we had so many individual people we were trying to help that we could barely keep track of them all. In order to give each person the most that we can, we decided to focus on one spontaneous act of love at a time. Click on the pictures on the calendar below to learn more about a specific spontaneous act of love. Click the arrows at the top of the calendar to view previous and future spontaneous acts of love.
We believe that education is the number one way to end the genocide, discrimination, and mistreatment of people with Down syndrome. We plan to write our own books in the future, but for now, we are only featuring books from board members and ambassadors that will change the perspecitives of people about people with Down syndrome.
By Lindsay Robertson, a board member at Save Down Syndrome
"Charlie is an enthusiastic, independent and fun little girl who loves many things. She loves dancing, singing, and hanging out with her friends and family. While everyone tries to tell Charlie how to dance and sing or paint and color, Charlie is determined to do it her way while showing everyone else that there's nothing wrong with being different."
By Matt Patterson, an ambassador at Save Down Syndrome
"The life of this little girl, with all its perceived imperfections, had great meaning. Her loving nature and courage touched the hearts of everyone she met. She also taught them how to value their own lives - even with their many 'imperfections.'"
In memory of Emily, a portion of the proceeds from this book are donated to aid "families with special needs children, those who are battling pediatric cancers, as well as parents grieving the loss of a little one."
By Jennifer Benito, an ambassador at Save Down Syndrome
"Raising our adopted daughter who happens to have Down syndrome and Autism! We had no idea how much our lives would change when we made the decision to adopt Jana. We have learned so much from Jana in the past 3 years and we are truly honored that you are joining us on this journey."
A Princess Wish
by Maria Jordan MacKeigan, an ambassador at Save Down Syndrome
"A Princess Wish was inspired by the author's daughters Ana Maria and Jordan Grace. A story about wishes coming true, with a special extra chromosome."