Take the "I Accept You" pledge and make a commitment to being accepting, generous, and kind every day and in every way! By taking the pledge, you will be joining a new era of game-changers that we call #GenerationG! 


#GenerationG is a worldwide movement that goes beyond Down syndrome and sends a global message of acceptance for ALL!

The #GenerationG community has more than who have taken the pledge for global acceptance!

1 Take the "I Accept You" Pledge below

2. Draw a heart with a G in the center in the palm of your hand

3. Take a selfie with your GenG hand

4. Post to social media, tag #gigisplayhouse #GenerationG

Take the Pledge

You’re now a member of the #GenerationG Community, an army of change-makers set on making the world a kinder, better place for all people

What else can I do? You can take #GenerationG further by spreading the word in your community, your school, and your workplace.

In Your Schools

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives for schools

In the Work Place

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives for corporations

In the Community

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives for the community

 Welcome to the #GenerationG Community

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Our goal is to shift “awareness” to “action” It’s one thing to passively acknowledge people of other backgrounds. But it’s so much more powerful when you take action to support others. As part of #GenerationG, you’ll help put an end to bullying and prejudice through ongoing actions. Stay tuned to your inbox for more things you can do now that you’re #GenerationG!

Join our community by taking the pledge for global acceptance!


Originally established in the 1980s, the month is set aside to raise understanding of Down syndrome and the amazing abilities people with the diagnosis have. At GiGi’s Playhouse, we take it one step forward and call it Down Syndrome ACCEPTANCE Month! It’s our way of moving beyond the passive and into active learning and caring. And the best way to show you care is to join #GenerationG by taking the “I Accept You" Pledge.

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#GenerationG: A conscious decision to be better every day.

In the last 18 years, GiGi’s Playhouse has made amazing progress in building support for individuals with Down syndrome. But we have only scratched the surface. Parents of babies with Down syndrome still rarely receive positive encouragement from their medical teams, both prior to birth and after. Students with Down syndrome still experience unfounded discrimination at school and on social media. Qualified adults with Down syndrome still can’t access meaningful jobs.

Fortunately, our achievement centers across the country provide FREE programming that enables people with Down syndrome to live happy and healthy lives! And we’re leading a nationwide campaign for acceptance, not just of people with Down syndrome, but for all people!


Have you joined the #GenerationG community?

Take the pledge for global acceptance for all!