Category: Engagement


How do you Raise Awareness?

February Awareness Month just ended and we want to know how you participated! We have created a survey to find out just that. There are so many ways to spread the word about TS. Whether you just share your story…

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A Virtual Chat for Turner Syndrome Awareness

This week we hosted our first ever Turner Syndrome Awareness Twitter Chat. You can visit this post to learn what exactly that means. Today we want to share with you some of the stories that were shared in our conversation….

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“Turner Girls Can”: Rebranding TSF Alaska

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Over several years TSF Alaska has become an uplifting page on Facebook for members of the Turner Syndrome community to share photos of their girls doing amazing things. We have decided to embrace this change and officially rebrand the page,…

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If you have not already, now is the time to subscribe to our newsletter! You won’t miss a thing when you receive this monthly update on what we’ve been up to. It will keep you up-to-date on events, research initiatives,…

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My First 50 Miler Experience

Team TSF Coordinator, Rachel Belmont, shares her experience running a 50 miles ultra marathon  Through her story, she explains “why running an ultramarathon is the greatest, but also most challenging thing you can do for yourself.” Check it out. Running a marathon…

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Overcoming Labels: How ONE Sixth Grader Opens Up About Having Turner Syndrome

It takes a strong, resilient, and driven person to overcome a label that has been associated with them their entire life. This is the case with 12-year-old Natalie Mohorter, an extremely intelligent, beautiful young sixth grader with Turner’s Syndrome. Natalie tried to deliver to people while organizing her sixth grade Gateway Project, a capstone class assignment meant to spread awareness about any topic of her choice. In this project, she officially came out to her fellow classmates, teachers, and community about having Turner Syndrome.

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Running: The Perfectly Painful Outlet

Everyone has an outlet. A passion, an activity, a guilty pleasure. Something that puts their mental and physical health in check. Well….mine is running. Running is more than an activity designed to keep you in excellent physical shape. It is…

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From One Runner to Another

From One Runner to Another: How the Turner Syndrome Foundation Builds Friendships Based on Empowerment and Inspiration By: Rachel Belmont Recently, I decided that I wanted to take on the daring and arduous challenge of running a marathon on all…

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Be Featured. Submit your photos.

They say a picture says more than a thousand words. We all have a photo or two in our computer or mobile device memory that we  absolutely love. We love them because of the meaning they display, the emotions they provoke,…

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Bake Sale for Turner Syndrome

Bakers! Where are you? Blossom your baking talents & step out of your comfort zone by hosting a Bake Sale for Turner Syndrome. We WILL help you!

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