Your tax-deductible donation to the Down Syndrome Association of Delaware (DSA of Delaware) will help fund the support, education, and advocacy initiatives described on this site. The DSA of Delaware operates solely on gifts from individuals and corporations, and appreciates every donation, large and small.
Your generosity and support is greatly appreciated!
How To Donate
Donations can also be mailed to:
DSA of Delaware
PO Box 747
Middletown, DE 19709
Adopt a Family Program
Each year, we facilitate an Adopt a Family Program. For more information about Adopting a Family, click here.
Annual Golf Tournament Donations and Registrations
If you wish to make your donation by sponsoring and/or participating in our Annual Golf Tournament, please click here for more details.
Delaware Down Syndrome Walk Donations and Registrations
If you wish to make your donation by sponsoring a team or by participating in the Delaware Down Syndrome Walk, please visit the event website by clicking here.
Run for the Buds Donations and Registrations
If you wish to make your donation by sponsoring a team or runner, or by participating in the Run for the Buds event, please go through the Run for the Buds donation and registration site here.
Victoria Marsh Memorial Fund for Victoria’s Kitchen
Victoria’s Kitchen will change the lives of so many adults with Down syndrome who will intern in the space. The Victoria Marsh Memorial Fund will cover intern wages for the adults with Down syndrome and chef training to the DSA of DE for years to come.
Victoria was the type of person who naturally drew others to herself with her light and joy; she embraced challenges and lived her life to the fullest. Victoria and her family were very active members of the DSADE with her mother, Karen Marsh, serving as Board President for many years. Her father, Rob Marsh, was also an active walk committee member. Victoria was always present at events and loved attending programs such as the Days of Summer Camp, and most of all, cooking classes. Victoria had a strong passion of and love for cooking and food. In her memory, our kitchen will be known as Victoria’s Kitchen. We will cherish her memory as other teen and adults with Down syndrome learn cooking techniques and grow their interest in the culinary arts through this space. Victoria’s spirit will always be remembered. She is greatly missed.
Contribute to the Victoria Marsh Memorial Fund by clicking here and entering the name of the fund in the “Comments” section.