Webinar Program Sponsors

Your Brand + Our Cause = A marketing solution that does good.

TSF’s webinar program brings life-saving information right into the homes of those who need it most! Thanks to our sponsors, we are able to keep this education free and accessible. 

You can make a difference in the lives of the 1 in 2000 females who have Turner Syndrome across the United States, and some around the world! Pairing your brand with our mission will lead to positive exposure and propel our mission forward. Learn how to become a sponsor to help us continue this educational program.

We can work with you to set-up a sponsorship package that is right for your company! Options include long-term or short-term sponsorship with a range of brand exposure opportunities such as social media and blog posts.

For sponsorship inquiries, please email philanthropy@tsfusa.org.

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Here's what people are saying...

"You're awesome, congratulations on this initiative. We're waiting for the next webinar!"
Webinar Attendee, Parent
"Thank you for such a great webinar, answering questions, and providing great resources!"
Webinar Attendee, Grandmother
"It was a pleasure working, and continuing to work with, you and your team. I would encourage future collaborators to participate and be a part of this incredible community."
Paula Glashausser
Social Worker, Webinar Presenter

Webinar sponsors will have their logo included on promotional materials for the webinar(s) they are sponsoring. See example below:

We’ll work with you to create a marketing plan to meet your advertising needs. Schedule your sponsorship today. Your sponsorship will provide programs that educate and support patient care and health outcomes. 

Contact info@tsfusa.org to schedule a meeting to discuss your sponsorship opportunity.

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