Host a Summer FUNdraiser | Turner Syndrome Foundation

Host a Summer FUNdraiser

summer fundraiser

As the weather gets hotter and the days get longer, hosting a summer FUNdraiser is a great way to bring your friends and family together while raising support for Turner Syndrome Foundation! Turn your typical summer gathering into a meaningful event your guests are sure to remember.

Social events are an easy and fun way to fundraise! Ask everyone who attends to make a minimum donation to TSF, contact local businesses for raffle items, or encourage guests to give in creative ways. For example, if you’re hosting a barbecue, set a “tip jar” next to the grill. All tips will be donated to TSF!

How Does it Work?
  1. Choose your event! Some ideas include barbecue, pool party, beach day or porch party.
  2. Select a date and location.
  3. Complete TSF Event Organizer Form
  4. Invite friends and family.
  5. Have a blast while making a difference!

Start a new trend in your neighborhood by turning a normal summer party into a unique and meaningful charity event. TSF is here to help you make your event a success! To host a summer FUNdraiser, complete the Event Organizer Form today!

Why is fundraising important?

Fundraising makes everything we do possible! All of our resources, events, and more are made possible by the generous donations of supporters like you! We couldn’t do it without you! Lucky for you, fundraising doesn’t have to be all business, it can be fun – like hosting a pool party in support of TSF! Not a fan of the pool? Barbecue not your thing? Host an event that’s meaningful to you! Like a charity soccer game, golf outing, or wine night. 

Summer isn’t the only season you can host a social fundraising event! Host a Fall campfire, a Winter cookie swap, or a Spring picnic – or transform your typical holiday party by making it a fundraiser! There are no limits to what you can do! We can’t wait to see what you decide!

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