Our mission To advance the interests of all individuals with Williams syndrome throughout their lifespan by providing programming and resources, supporting research, promoting partnerships and connections, and ensuring that the infrastructure of the organization has the capacity to lead our community toward its goals.
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WSA Volunteer

Volunteers offer support at WSA events, including camps and national conventions, or you can lend a hand in the national office.
  • Occasional, Weekly, Monthly
  • 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Office work, Indoor, Outdoor
  • On-site, Formal
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends
How you help The Williams Syndrome Association is a small organization with a big mission. With only a handful of staff members, we rely heavily on our powerful network of volunteers. With your help, we can enrich the lives of more individuals with Williams syndrome, raise awareness, host more events and so much more.
About us The Williams Syndrome Association (WSA) was formed in 1982 by, and for, families of individuals with Williams syndrome to provide the resources and referrals you need now, and a strong and supportive community for a lifetime. It is the most comprehensive resource for people and families living with Williams syndrome as well as doctors, researchers and educators. The WSA provides resources, support and the latest medical information to help your child today and throughout his/her life. We want to help ensure that all individuals with Williams syndrome have the support they need throughout their lifespan to live healthy, self-directed, productive, and meaningful lives. We believe that in order to achieve this vision, individuals with Williams syndrome must be fully included in educational, work, and community settings.
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