Their current building will not be available after November this year.
The Kildare Branch of Down Syndrome Ireland is looking for a new premises, their porta cabins in Piper's Hill in Naas will no longer be available after November and they are in need of a suitable premises.
The Kildare was founded in 1985 by a group of concerned parents to offer support to families with a son or daughter with Down syndrome.
Its membership has grown over the years and now has 220 families throughout the Kildare area involved in the branch.
It offers practical, professional and clinical support as well as social and educational activities.
Their goal is to provide a framework to support people with Down syndrome in making their lives as independent as possible.
Cassandra Ryan, Co - Chairperson, Kildare Down Syndrome Ireland outlined this situation to Eoin Beatty on Monday morning's Kildare Today: