Make a purchase through one of our Shop NDSS partners that will support NDSS!
John’s Crazy Socks
The combination of 3-21 symbolizes the extra chromosome that people with Down syndrome carry. It also stands for World Down Syndrome Day (March 21). Purchasing these socks also helps raise funds for Down syndrome causes. $1 will be donated to NDSS.
We also have a JCS Buddy Walk® logo sock and 10% proceeds come back to NDSS to provide financial support to Buddy Walk® events across the country. John’s Crazy Socks National Buddy Walk® Fundraising Program is new to 2020!
NDSS Note Cards
Bruce Gillespie is the current artist featured on our NDSS Note Cards. Born with Down syndrome in 1952, Bruce has overcome many limitations and has been a successful artist for the past 45 years. The five drawings Bruce had submitted to the National Down Syndrome Society were created while Bruce was camping in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts and going to a concert at Tanglewood.
The Nini Bag, the jewel of the capsule collection, pays homage to behno’s founder’s darling sister, Nirali, nicknamed “Nini,” who has Down syndrome. Within the capsule collection are other behno signature bags, all in red to honor NDSS’ official color. 20% of all sales are donated to NDSS.
We are thrilled to work with Pura Vida on an exclusive Down Syndrome Awareness bracelet! 5% of the purchase price* will be donated to NDSS.
A&D Home Rejuvenation
Two talented creators unite to bring home owners quality craftsmanship and unique creative designs to enhance your home. Dan Rios and Angela Kauffman donate 10% of profits to NDSS.
Down Syndrome Awareness Items by Vineyard Vines
Vineyard Vines and the National Down Syndrome Society have teamed up to create Down Syndrome Awareness tote bags.
Proceeds of sales go directly toward funding NDSS programs.
Buddy Walk® Merchandise
We are pleased to have exclusive Buddy Walk® sweatshirts, blankets, headbands and hats available for purchase in our online store.
Buddy Walk® Coffee
The National Down Syndrome Society is excited to partner with Furnace Hills Coffee. This coffee is roasted in the Furnace Hills of Maryland by their chief roaster, Erin Baldwin, who has Down syndrome.
The mission of Furnace Hills Coffee is to bring out the unique qualities inherent in each coffee bean. They do this by taking a small-batch artisan approach to all of their specialty coffees.