Turn A Page Read-A-Thon

Announcing the TSF Read-A-Thon: Turn a Page for Turner Syndrome

Do you love to read? As students prepare to go back to school and summer comes to an end, we hope to encourage learning and cognitive development through reading, all while supporting a good cause! This program is great for anyone who loves to read. Get your home team involved in a virtual reading club! Students, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends, & teachers can join in to “Turn a Page” for Turner Syndrome!

Independent readers can participate on their own, or younger learners can make reading time a special time of day with their parent, sibling, or caregiver. Audiobook listening can be counted as well, as we know every learner has unique needs.

How it Works

The Read-a-Thon will run from August 1-31. Each participant will set a goal for the number of minutes they will read for the month. Then, ask friends and family to pledge donations based on the number of minutes you plan to read overall. Throughout the month of August, read, read, read! The final forms will be due back to TSF on September 8th, including all donations submitted. Donations can be made via cash, check, or online transaction.

Once we have received all participant forms and donations we will announce the Top Readers and Top Fundraisers in each age group to receive special prizes! Each participant will also receive a participant award and prize.

Who Can Participate

Anyone can participate! People of all ages are welcome to sign-up. We encourage family groups to join in on the learning and fun!

How to Get Involved

Individuals can sign up-to join, and parents can sign-up their child to participate. You will be sent participation instructions, a sheet to record your time spent reading, and a sponsorship form. Registration closes July 31st.


If you have any questions, or need help printing the forms, please contact us at info@tsfusa.org or by calling 732-847-3385.

Registration has closed, but you can still raise funds to support TSF!

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