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21 Down services Atlantic & Cape May counties by providing family support through meetings, social events and more... 


Thanks to everyone who came out to support Beach Day and made it the biggest and best yet!! 

Beach Day Swag for Sale:

Click on the picture of the item you are interested in purchasing and you will be taken to our online store.  There you can purchase these items and pick them up at the Beach Day on 7/15/19 in Wildwood!

A limited quantity of rash guards are for sale.   Because of the growing popularity of beach day we are unable to give them out for free.

Thanks to our Beach Day Supporters:

Wildwood Beach Patrol

Greater Wildwood Elks

Billy & Lauren Auty

Russo's Market

Hot Spot Pizza

Billy's Beach Service Chairs

Kona Sports

Dale Gerhard

Garden Logan

Matt McElroy & CMT swim


21 Down hosts an event every month for our families to enjoy.  Whether it is a dance, holiday party, quarterly meeting, day at the beach, day at Storybookland or a family activity we encourage all of our families to join in the fun!  The children get to socaialize together while the parents can network with other parents who are going through the same experiences they are raising a child with a disability.  All of these events are free of charge to our members.


21 Down in a non-profit 501(c)(3) that is run completely by volunteers.   All monies donated to 21 Down stay local in South Jersey to provide support and activities to families who have loved ones with Down syndrome or other developmental disabilities. 

All donations are completely tax deductable as allowed by law.

Get Involved

 21 Down membership is free and is open to any family who has a loved one with Down syndrome or other developmental disablity.  Our activities are geared to the young and old, so no matter the age of your loved one with a disability we welcome you to join 21 Down.

What is the mission of 21 Down?

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Our mission is to create awareness and acceptance for people with Down Syndrome and developmental disabilities while providing information, support and community events for their families.

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