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3.21 for Life was created by a group of individuals in the Hershey, Pennsylvania area who have personal connections to individuals with Down syndrome.

Our mission is to educate the world on the special attributes of those with Down syndrome and raise awareness on how people with Down syndrome play a vital role in the lives of everyone they meet and in the communities in which they live. 

The programs, activities and events that represent 3.21 for Life represent our goal to Advocate, Educate, Celebrate and Connect.

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What We Do


We are volunteers, businesses who offer employment, sponsors & friends spreading awareness!


Our goal is to not only educate the world on those with Down Syndrome, but provide resources for local families.


We don't just party once a year on March 21st (although that is an AWESOME day!) Join us for meet ups throughout the year.


We are on a mission to grow this community! Please connect with us on social or fill out a contact form! 

Who We Support

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A soccer program for children with special needs ages 5-21 years old. TOPS plays at Keller Field in Hummelstown on Sundays throughout the year. Visit with website for more information on this program.

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Designed after the global Best Buddies program and managed through Hershey High School to provide unique experiences with individuals. 

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All Starz is inclusive field hockey that utilizes traditional and adapted or modified equipment to make field hockey fun for everyone to discover, play and learn, and compete and improve.

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The Princess Club

They meet once a month and participate in many different activities like planting flowers, paint night, going out for dinner, movie night & more! Membership is open to females of all ages with a mental or physical disability. 

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Jack's Basket

A mission to ensure every new and expectant parent is provided resources and avenues of support within the community. We aim to equip medical providers with tools to discuss the diagnosis in an unbiased way in hopes that having a baby with Down syndrome is celebrated like any other.

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This program teaches individuals with physical and cognitive challenges to ice skate and play hockey at Hershey park Arena in the Fall and Winter.

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Hershey Twizzles program runs for 6-weeks, with off-ice and on-ice activities.  It is open to age 5 to adult. 

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Love 2 Bee Fit

Zumba and fun cardio drumming with a goal to provide a safe, supportive, and inclusive environment where people of all ages and abilities can improve and maintain positive mental and physical health.

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Lower Dauphin United Bocce

The Unified Indoor Bocce season occurs from December through February with the culminating events held in March. Teams practice a minimum of twice a week and participate in at least three competitions. 

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Part of a global volunteer movement that creates 1:1 friendships, integrated employment, leadership development and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

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Aaron’s Acres has provided children and young adults with disabilities social and recreational programs that nurture important socialization and communication. skills.

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Red Strikers Bowling Club

For over 30 years, Red Strikers Bowling Club bowls every Saturday at noon at ABC East Bowling for children with special needs and their families. 

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Hershey Baseball Challenger League

Boys & girls ages 4-18 (or up to age 22 if still attending high school), with physical & developmental challenges to enjoy the full benefits of participation in the Hershey Little League program. 

How You Can Join Our Mission


Attend an event throughout the year and laugh, smile and celebrate how DOWN right awesome these individuals are!


Get to know an individual with Down syndrome. Having a friend to grab a cup of coffee, hit balls at the driving range or go see the latest movie makes a DOWN right world of difference in the lives of individuals with Down syndrome. Everyone needs a friend!


If your company values people of all abilities and what they have to offer to our community, consider hiring an individual with Down syndrome. Employment looks different for everyone. We encourage you to take a look at your business and consider part-time, full-time, or even short shift opportunities.


You can donate to our organization or become a sponsor for our next 3.21 for Life event!


Follow us on Facebook and Instagram, share our posts, join our email list, contact us to get involved! 
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