Join the WDSD 321 Virtual Run/Walk – Actively Support Ds Research

World Down Syndrome Day (3/21) and, here at LuMind Research Down Syndrome, we’re wondering how YOU plan to celebrate.

Won’t you join us in *actively* showing your support of Down syndrome cognition research by signing up to participate in the World Down Syndrome Day 321 Virtual Run/Walk event?  This “virtual” event is an opportunity for people across the world to come together to advocate and self-advocate for persons with Down syndrome. We have a goal to unite a team of supporters across the world in raising funds for Down syndrome research by team fundraising throughout the month of March 2019.

To participate, we ask that you commit to taking part in some kind of physical activity throughout the month of March involving any sort of variation of the numbers 3-2-1.  Then on WDSD (3/21) post pictures, or video, of your 3-2-1 activity on our Facebook Group.  Participate on your own, or rally a team to help you participate and fundraise.  After registering, we encourage you to set up your fundraising page and ask friends and family for their support.  We have some great fundraising prizes for this year’s teams

Anyone who registers for the event will receive a cotton t-shirt and a medal, but only those registrations received before March 1 are guaranteed receipt of their shirt by March 21, 2019. 

In the past participants have done:
Commit to walking or running 3.21 miles,
Jump rope for 321 seconds,
Swim 321 laps in the pool, 
Hop on the elliptical or Stairmaster for 32.1 minutes
Dance for 321 seconds,

Want to participate with our the exercise?  Then test your cooking skills and have a fundraising pancake eating contest, whoever eats the most pancakes in 3.21 minutes wins!  The possibilities are endless, and don’t be afraid to get creative, and get moving!  Whatever you decide to do, sign up today.

So lace up your running shoes, snap on your helmet, and dive in as part of the World Down Syndrome Day 3-21 Virtual Run/Walk and support cognition research!