It’s time to renew your DSAWM membership! To better serve the Down syndrome community, DSAWM is offering free programs to for our families experiencing Down syndrome. Bike Camp, Cooking Capers, therapeutic playgroups, Shape Up, Aging With Down Syndrome, self-advocate leadership training, and so much more will be free with family membership! DSAWM offers membership levels for everyone. Our membership costs are kept low to ensure access for everyone. If you are experiencing financial difficulty, please contact our office at (616)956-3488 or firstname.lastname@example.org about a membership dues waiver. To support DSAWM programs and services at a higher level, you may make an additional donation with your dues.
In-Area Family Membership – $25
Individuals with Down syndrome and their immediate family members who live in Allegan, Barry, Ionia, Kalamazoo, Kent, Mecosta, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Ottawa or Van Buren counties are eligible for this membership level. This membership includes FREE access to DSAWM’s programs, services, resources, and financial assistance! In-Area Family Members are the only voting members of DSAWM, selecting DSAWM Board of Directors and voting on issues presented at the annual meeting (each family casts one vote). To start or renew an In-Area Family Membership, click here.
Out-Of-Area Family Membership – $20
Individuals with Down syndrome and their immediate family members who live outside DSAWM’s twelve-county service area are eligible for this membership level. This membership includes FREE access to DSAWM’s programs, services and resources (Out-of-Area members do not qualify for financial assistance). To start or renew an Out-of-Area Family Membership, click here.
Community Member – FREE
Friends, neighbors, extended family and professionals are invited to join the DSAWM community and receive news about Down syndrome and information on upcoming programs by joining our mailing list. To join the DSAWM community, click here.
Click here to make a donation to support West Michigan families experiencing Down syndrome.