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Volunteering to Make a Difference

As you read last week, Cassidy is a woman who volunteers with us to make a difference. She shared her story of overcoming challenges, finding support, and connecting with the community. This week, she shares why she volunteers and the…

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Meet Kierstyn- Our Social Media Coordinator

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About Me Hello, Turner Syndrome Foundation community! My name is Kierstyn Holly & I am the Social Media Coordinator here at TSF. I am currently a junior Public Relations major at Monmouth University. I am gaining knowledge and experience in…

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Why You Should Support Awareness Month

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Every eight hours a baby is born with Turner Syndrome and their lives are a miracle. Only 1-3% of Turner Syndrome babies survive until full-term. Those that do make it will require specialized medical care at every walk of life….

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My Story: “It’s Rewarding to Help Others”

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A Turner Syndrome Advocacy Volunteer Shares Her Story My name is Kym and I was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome at 16 years old. I was born the youngest of six with my twin brother in 1971. Growing up I showed…

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The Power Within You

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These moments in history show the power we all have within us if we’re willing to stand up and take action. What power do you have within you?

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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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Together we make a difference!

Standing Tall for Turner Syndrome

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A Girl on a Mission

Jenna is a twelve-year old student at St. Raymond Elementary, a parochial school, located in Bronx, NY. She is a high-spirited student that illuminates with a natural talent of song and theatrical presence representative of any Broadway bound starlet. Jenna…

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Youth Contributors

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Social consciousness of Turner Syndrome is evident through our solid base of youth activists. TAKE ACTION and visit https://turnersyndromefoundation.org/volunteer/ to get involved.

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