2020 TSSUS Annual Fundraising Campaign

Each year at this time, we reach out to members of the Turner syndrome community and their friends and families to consider donating toward the TSSUS Annual Fundraising Campaign. This year, your support is more important than ever before. 

As we have all seen the world change so dramatically over the last several months, charitable giving and the nonprofit sector have been hit especially hard by downturns in the current economy. 

At the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States (TSSUS), we have had to make some painful sacrifices. We had no choice but to cancel the 2020 TSSUS National Turner Syndrome Conference, we had a reduction in staff, and our national signature fundraising events - the TSSUS Chasing Butterflies Walks – were canceled. 

In our near 35 year history, one thing has remained ever constant, and that is our dedication to those with Turner syndrome and the people who love them. While our work to support you and your families may look a little different this year, we have adapted, adjusted, and moved forward with a keen eye on being present, available, and innovative in supporting the TS community. 


The TSSUS Annual Campaign is one of the most important fundraisers of our year – and this year, it is even more so. Right now, we need you more than ever. If you have answered our call and donated over the last few months, we are extremely grateful for your support and encourage you to consider donating to the TSSUS Annual Campaign.

We encourage you to become a monthly Butterfly Society Donor, join our Major Donor ranks with a gift of $500 or more, make a single gift.  No gift is too small. 

While we understand not everyone is in a position to give, we know that many are. We need your help today to continue programs, services, and events for the TS community. 

Please give as generously as you are able in support of your society - the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States. 


2020 TSSUS Annual Campaign

The Turner Syndrome Society's mission is to

advance knowledge, facilitate research, and support all those touched by Turner syndrome.

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