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Make your gift securely online. Spreading your donation out over the year often makes giving generously a little easier. 

Providing Support Now Where Its Needed Most
An outright donation is one of the most valuable gifts you can offer Turner Syndrome Foundation. Your generous contributions are vital to our ability to continue offering and developing life-changing patient and provider programs. A receipt for your gift is available so you may take a charitable income tax deduction for the amount of your donation.

How can I make an outright gift?

  • Online:  Make a gift on our secure online server by credit card or e-check. DONATE ONLINE
  • Check: PRINT DONATION FORM and mail a check made out to “Turner Syndrome Foundation” at:
    • Turner Syndrome Foundation, PO Box 726, Holmdel, NJ 07733
  • Phone: Call (800) 594-4585 M-F, 9AM-5PM EST. One of our staff members will assist you with your credit card donation.

Make your gift securely online. Spreading your donation out over the year often makes giving generously a little easier.



MATCHING GIFTS – Hundreds of corporations across America recognize the value of their employee’s donations to non-profit agencies, and offer matching gift programs to further increase the value of their donations.

More and more companies offer online Matching Gift processing, so no form is required – just let them know you donated to us, and they take care of the rest. Some companies even offer donation via payroll deduction, so we receive your donation and their matching gift in one lump sum!

What To Do:

Get a Matching Gift form from your employer, fill out your portion, and mail it in the reply envelope with your donation.

Or:

If you’ve already sent in your donation or made your donation online:

Mail the Matching Gift form to:
Turner Syndrome Foundation

P.O. Box 726, Holmdel, NJ 07733

Fax it to 800-594-3862, or Email philanthropy@tsfusa.org


Donor Advised Funds (DAF)
A donor-advised fund, or DAF, is a philanthropic vehicle for individuals, families and businesses, providing a means to donate cash, publicly-traded stock, and, in some cases certain illiquid assets, to a public charity. It allows the donor to make a charitable contribution to the Turner Syndrome Foundation and receive an immediate tax benefit.


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