Monthly Donors Help DSL Reach New Heights!

A colorful graphic featuring a young boy with down syndrome promoting CLUB 21

We’re doing a Monthly Donor Drive!

If at least 20 people join Club 21 by 9/15 and commit to donating $21 or more to DSL every month, our friend Stan Sims will match their donations and donate $5000 to help continue our mission to support, educate, and advocate!

Club members help support our community involvement initiatives, member outings, and advocacy efforts all year long. A member of Club 21 commits to a gift of $21 or more a month. It’s easy, just sign up once and you’ll continue to support DSL without even lifting a finger!

Join Club 21 Today!


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