Buddy Walk

buddylogoWHAT IS A BUDDY WALK?   Down Right AWESOME!

DSSGC invites YOU to participate with us at our annual Columbia Basin Buddy Walk!
Join us for an unforgettable and heart-warming experience that you will want to come back to year after year!

EVERYONE CAN BE A BUDDY!

Buddy Walks

The DSSGC Columbia Basin Buddy Walk is one of the many buddy walks being held around the world.  The Buddy Walk® was established by the National Down Syndrome Society  in 1995 and has grown to be the world’s largest and most recognizable Down syndrome awareness program.  The Buddy Walk has grown from 17 walks in 1995 to over 225 walks taking place in all 50 states and select international countries. Each year over 315,000 walkers collectively raise nearly $14 million to benefit local programs and services, as well as the national advocacy and public awareness initiatives that benefit all individuals with Down syndrome.

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This Buddy Walk is on September 29, 2018 at 4:00pm and runs until 6:00pm – Rain or shine. Registration will start at 3:30pm.

Pre-registration deadline is August 29, 2018 to be guaranteed correct shirt size. By pre-registering, you will also be able to pick up your shirts before the event and avoid long lines.

McCosh Park Amphitheater, Moses Lake, WA 98837 for registration, gathering, entertainment, food, and awards. The walk is 1 mile through downtown Moses Lake, beginning and ending at McCosh Park.

Bring walking shoes, friends and family, camera, and most importantly, bring a smile and a hug!

The entrance fee for this event is $10. This includes a Buddy Walk shirt and food ticket.

Check out this promo poster for more information!

 

DSSGC Columbia Basin Buddy Walk

The DSSGC supports and organizes an annual local Buddy Walk called the DSSGC Columbia Basin Buddy Walk. The 1st Annual Columbia Basin Buddy Walk was held on October 12, 2013.  It was originally started as a High School Senior Project, in hopes that it would continue to bless and enrich the communities of Grant County. The Buddy Walk supports the mission of the DSSGC by engaging and educating the public about Down syndrome. The community members of Grant County come to celebrate, interact with, and support people with Down Syndrome and their families.  This event encourages public awareness and involvement with the Down syndrome community as it brings individuals, families, businesses, corporations, teams, and other organizations together to support people with Down Syndrome. The DSSGC supports the NDSS by giving 7% of all net proceeds from our annual buddy walks.

Each year, over 600 participants and volunteers from all over Grant County and Washington attend the annual DSSGC Columbia Basin Buddy Walk! We thank generous sponsors for making this walk possible!

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