Welcome to the Lardie Party team page!
We are so excited to do another buddy walk for DSAGC in honor our of son Axel Lardie. Axel is a very loving and fun little guy! The DSAGC has been an AMAZING support and resource for our family since Axel was born. We have been able to participate in many events put on by DSAGC to help Axel learn new things and make new friends. All our Axel's BFFs he has met at either a PT play group or at a event hosted by the DSAGC. Last year when Axel was diagnosed with AMkL Leukemia our DSAGC family came to the ready to help us in every and any way that they could have helped. We are so happy to share that Axel is in remission! We are so excited to be able to help pay back our DSAGC family by participating in the buddy walk again. Help us reach our goal so DSAGC can help our community and other families when the need arises!
The Lardie Party :)
Since 1995, the Buddy Walk® has become the premier advocacy event for Down syndrome in the United States. It is also the world's most widely recognized public awareness program for the Down syndrome community. We are excited take part in 17th Annual Buddy Walk in Cincinnati!
The Buddy Walk is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati and provides 50% of the resources needed to fulfill its mission. Every day meaningful strides are made to foster inclusion and to celebrate the lives of individuals with Down syndrome. There is no better place to show your support than at Sawyer Point at the Annual Buddy Walk.
Here's how you can help:
Walk with us! Click the JOIN OUR TEAM button above to register. It's free to join!
Can't make it to the Buddy Walk this year but would like to donate to our Team? It's easy, click the SUPPORT US button above and make a donation safely and securely online OR you can mail in a check to the DSAGC at 4623 Wesley Avenue, Suite A, Cincinnati, OH 45212. Be sure to include our Team Name in the memo of the check.
You can help us make a valuable difference in the community and support individuals with Down syndrome and their families!