Volunteer

Articles offering opportunities to volunteer and sharing appreciation for TSF volunteers.

Teaming Up for TS: Thank You to the Dream Team of Donors!

     For Turner Syndrome Awareness Month in February, the LSU Women’s Basketball Team and their partners at Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys organized the Playing for a Purpose fundraiser to support TS Awareness and share our mission, during which Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys donated $20 to TSF for every point that players Angel Reese and Alexis Morris scored, […]

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Volunteers Drive Our Success

Subscribe to our blog Each April, we celebrate National Volunteer Week and Global Volunteer Month. Nonprofits, especially small organizations like the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF), rely heavily on volunteers to carry out their missions. We at TSF are so grateful for our volunteers; we could not do what we do without them! Let’s look at

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Turner Syndrome Foundation Business Supporters

Subscribe to our blog Because of the complexity of Turner Syndrome (TS) and the regular medical attention it demands, the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) cannot work alone. We work alongside our business supporters both within and outside the TS community, fostering happier and healthier lives for those with TS. TSF also acknowledges the generous donations from

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TSF Volunteers Making an Impact

Subscribe to our blog Do you want to positively impact your community but don’t know how? Read the stories of several new Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) volunteers who are making an impact by dedicating their time and talent. In this post, you will see that TSF volunteers come from a variety of backgrounds, and there

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Reflections from a Volunteer: Turner Syndrome Meet Up

Subscribe to our blog A few weeks ago, I hosted a picnic and walk meet up at Eno River State Park in Durham, North Carolina through the Turner Syndrome Foundation. Choosing a public location meant that I didn’t need to make any expensive reservations ahead of time. So, with just a little bit of effort

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