Get Involved

The Turner Syndrome Society offers many ways that YOU can make a difference for those touched by TS. From raising awareness in your local community, to volunteering at the national level, there is something for everyone who wants to get involved. Click the links below to find out how you can make a difference. 

GIVE

There are many ways to support the TS community. Your generous contribution helps to advance our mission to create awareness, promote research, and provide support for all those touched by Turner syndrome.

Give to the Annual Fundraising Campaign

Support TSSUS Monthly

Give a One-Time Gift

Donate in Honor of a Friend or Loved One

Give to the Annual Fundraising Campaign

Support TSSUS Monthly

Give a One-Time Gift

Donate in Honor of a Friend or Loved One

VOLUNTEER

There are many opportunities to get connected and help others in the TS community. Maybe you'd like to organize a walk or other awareness event, participate in fundraising, or share your experiences with the newly-diagnosed. Click to see what opportunities might be best for you.

Organize a Chasing Butterflies Walk for TS

 

Hold a Fundraiser

 

Host an Awareness Table or Booth

 

Peer to Peer Volunteer 

 

Coordinate a TSSUS Event

GET CONNECTED

One of the greatest benefits of being a part of TSSUS is meeting others in the Turner syndrome community.

Find out what opportunities are available in your area, region, state, and even at the national level. You can even connect online through our Inspire online community.

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