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"The Soul Knows No Bounds" Shirt Has Arrived

We are all unique in our own way and have something to contribute. It is up to us to find what it is that we can do to make a difference in this life and pursue the greater path of looking beyond our limits and finding our strengths.

Available in bulk or individual orders.
Contact joinus@buddycruise.org for information on purchasing.
 
 

My Great Story

Join the National Down Syndrome Society's My Great Story campaign to honor and celebrate the 400,000 Americans with Down syndrome. If you have Down syndrome tell us about your dreams, talents, aspirations or your recent Buddy Cruise experience. If you know someone who has Down syndrome, tell us how they've inspired you & share your Buddy Cruise memories.

Visit MY GREAT STORIES to share your great story.
 

Buddy Beans


Stay warm this Winter with a hot cup of coffee while supporting a great cause. All coffees are roasted to order to ensure that you are receiving the freshest coffee possible every single time! All proceeds will go directly to support the Buddy Cruise mission.

Click on Buddy Beans to purchase coffees for yourself or as a gift.
 

Buddy Makes New Friends!



Buddy has been busy traveling and raising awareness for Down syndrome by visiting national Down syndrome events. Visit our Buddy Walk page to view the photos from New York, Charleston, Sarasota and Augusta.
 

Buddy Ambassadors Give Back


The Buddy Cruise Ambassador program was launched in 2009.  The program is comprised of individuals who volunteer their time to further the mission of Buddy Cruise; Awareness, Inclusion and Education.

An idea that was born from our Ambassador Program is The Ambassador Outreach – Buddy Gives Back program. In 2010 through this program we provided much needed resources for The Down Syndrome Center in Nassau, Bahamas. Last year we helped raise funds to support the adoption of an orphan via Reeces Rainbow, an organization that finds families for the our ambassador program most vulnerable of orphans throughout the world.
 

Buddy Cruise Catches Olympic Fever

Since its inception in 1968, Special Olympics has offered sports training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities who are 8 years old and older. Now, there is a program being launched statewide in Florida called Special Olympics Young Athletes that is geared to children ages 2 to 7 years old. Buddy Cruise Inc. is now offering the Young Athletes program.  Click Special Olympics Young Athetes to read more.