A NEW TSSUS signature fundraising event!

What is Blue Jeans for Butterflies?


Blue Jeans for Butterflies (BJ4B) is an exciting new TSSUS signature fundraising program, where volunteers organize and host “wear jeans to work or school” events called Blue Jeans for Butterflies day(s) in their office or school to raise funds for TSSUS programs.


On a specified day, you and your co-workers will make a donation to TSSUS in exchange for dressing down and wearing jeans.  We suggest a $5 donation for offices, and perhaps a smaller donation in the elementary school environment. 


This event is great in conjunction with Turner Syndrome Awareness Month in February, but we encourage you to host BJFB fundraisers year-round, or even one day a month.

How Can You Help?


This is a ready-to-go fundraiser in a box.  We’ve created a BJ4B Tool Kit  that includes everything you need to host one of these exciting fundraisers in your community. If you’re committed to supporting Turner syndrome research, local events, scholarships, support and awareness, please complete the BJ4B Application Form to order your Tool Kit today.

What's in the Tool Kit?

  • Blue Jeans for Butterflies Fundraising Guide 

  • Promotional posters and flyers to display in your office or school 

  • Participation stickers for your donors

  • A branded donation collection box 


Are YOU ready to host your own Blue Jeans for Butterflies fundraiser? 

Download Tools Here:

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