We celebrate babies with Down syndrome by:

medical providers with tools to communicate the diagnosis accurately
new parents to resources through our basket delivery program
powerful stories to change the narrative around Down Syndrome

Since 2014, we have celebrated over 9,000 babies across all 50 states and over 40 countries.

Babies Celebrated
Down Syndrome Medical Champions
Parent Volunteers
Countries With Baskets

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Change a family’s diagnosis story from the very beginning.

From Our Families

We cannot do this without you!

At Jack’s Basket, we believe every baby born with Down syndrome is worthy of celebration from the very beginning. Your support ensures that our baskets are always available at no cost to families and that our team can engage in vital outreach to medical providers around the country.

"I always say when I got the phone call telling me that my son did in fact have Down syndrome, it felt like someone knocked the wind out of me. I could not breathe. Your organization was the breath of fresh air that I needed to continue on this journey and I am so happy that I did. He is the biggest brightest light in our lives. We shout his worth every single day."

Lindsay (Tennessee)

"I just wanted to say thank you for your generous gift. Receiving your gift, filled my heart knowing that there were others who understand the weight of this responsibility. Being a parent to a child with special needs is special and heavy all at the same time. Every time I look at our basket I feel relief that there is a community out there for me. It has truly given me something to hold on to as I navigate this new life of mine. Thank you so much for giving me that!"

Hallie (Texas)

"Jack’s Basket inspires us all to be better and provides the tools for medical professionals to deliver unexpected news with compassion, empathy, and respect. It challenges us to evaluate our own self-biases to build stronger, more meaningful relationships with our patients and our patient’s families. The message from Jack’s Basket is a powerful one – it is about inclusion, compassion, and community, which is something we need now more than ever."

Dr. Erin Plummer, Neonatologist