Ways To Give
Make your check payable to: "Turner Syndrome Foundation, Inc."
Mail payment to: Turner Syndrome Foundation, Inc., PO Box 726, Holmdel, NJ 07733
Make your gift securely online. Spreading your donation out over the year often makes giving generously a little easier.
View or print the annual appeal letter
"First a baby, soon a growing child, and finally a woman, our efforts must transcend the Turner syndrome life span."
Register as a fundraiser. Share the page. Do good! Your gift is 100% tax deductible.
Turner Syndrome Foundation, Inc. is a registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization.
A Gift of Support
The Turner Syndrome Foundation is dedicated to the life and future of all girls that are affected by this complex disorder. As we know there is no certainty on the viability of a fetus with Turner Syndrome and we realize there is a great need for answers. Why did this happen to my baby? Will this happen again in future pregnancies? How could this mutation have been prevented? What will come of my baby's future? There are many unknowns, and we are dedicated to tackling these difficult questions to search for answers and to provide education, information, and support through our programs areas of Awareness, Advocacy, Education, and Research.
Over the past years, we have spent much time and energy engaging with professional organizations delving into a higher level of understanding and information sharing about Turner Syndrome. The foundation holds a rigorous exhibition schedule at major national conferences where information is disseminated and collaborations incited. A number of education videos have been produced and a jointly sponsored continuing medical education program on Medscape for pediatric care providers imparts knowledge to the professionals who serve our women and girls. We enlist the volunteerism efforts of good people and companies who can help once or help often on one of our committees. A National Council of State Leaders has been formed to arm the United States with a coordinated advocacy effort to raise awareness, increase education opportunities regionally, and support research. We rely on charitable contributions to achieve much of this work, and our tireless energy and your support truly make a difference.
Providing for the future of others is admirable and significant.
Hello Friends of Turner Syndrome Foundation,
I am honored to join Turner Syndrome Foundation as the Director of Development. One of my goals is to identify and cultivate a new philanthropy for this cause. A greater philanthropy will increase Turner Syndrome Foundation’s capacity to advocate, deliver physician and consumer education, and support new research initiatives for a better impact on women’s health.
Together we will follow our hearts and help TSF deliver its mission. This will create a legacy that will make a difference that will resonate in your lifetime.
I look forward to speaking with you and getting to know you.
Investing In Her Future
Online Tribute Giving
In-Kind Donations - Goods and Services
How will my donation be used?
Donor Bill of Rights
Make a Pledge - Schedule Installments
Corporate Giving / Online Shopping
TD Bank Affinity Program
Matching Gift Program
Learn How You Can Help
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
Donor Advised Funds (DAF)
- Credit card by phone: Call (800) 594-4585 and one of our staff members will assist you with your credit card donation.
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.
Matching gifts are an extension of corporate philanthropy, combining the power of individuals with companies. Many companies have a matching gift program, applicable to current and retired employees and their spouses. You give an amount and they donate the same, or potentially double or triple the amount.
All you have to do is ask. Speak to your company’s Human Resources department to find out if they’ll match your donation.
Pledge: Making Giving Easy on You and Your Budget
Monthly payments spread a donation, at any level, over a series of months, making them more tolerable for budgets and allowing you to plan. Monthly contributions are of paramount importance to TSF, providing the means to develop programs of awareness, advocacy, education, research and support with gently stewarding the mission along the way.
Choose the amount you would like to give and break it into manageable payments:
Please consider pledging now and paying in monthly increments throughout the year.
Workplace donations are a simple way to donate to the Foundation through payroll deduction plans. You may designate your gift to the Turner Syndrome Foundation through the Combined Federal Campaign (forthcoming), United Way or other employee giving programs. For more information, please contact your Human Resources or Charitable Giving Department to learn more about your company’s campaign.
When you designate a gift in your will or estate plan to the Turner Syndrome Foundation, Inc., you are leaving an enduring gift that promises a better future for babies born with Turner Syndrome. In addition there are a number of strategies that can benefit you directly while contributing to assist those affected by Turner Syndrome, as an opportunity of doing well by doing good.
- Outright Bequests and Estate Planning
- Charitable Annuities
- Retirement Plan Gift
- Gifts of Life Insurance
There are many reasons one may choose to make a tribute gift to the Turner Syndrome Foundation.
Tribute donations can be made online or by contacting us for person to person service by calling 1-800-594-4585.
There are three greeting card selections to choose from:
A Gift of Celebration
Happy is the Day... A new baby, birthday, anniversary, new job, driver's license, marriage, graduation, retirement, get well, good luck, or best wishes. These are some of the celebrations that can be honored with a gift to the foundation.
A Memorial Gift
Losing a loved one is painful, and your kind gesture in sending a memorial card may bring comfort to those who are left behind.
A memorial gift card in lieu of flowers is a lasting gift to honor a treasured friend or loved one who has passed or is remembered.
Honor or Thank You
Send a note to honor or thank you note
Sending a tribute card is easy.
Choose a donation amount, select a card, and state your personal message to show your support for this important cause.
The Turner Syndrome Foundation is greatly impacted by non-cash gifts, also known as in-kind gifts. To better assist you, please complete the brief form and a donation officer will contact you to process your gift.
Complete an In-Kind Donation Form
How will my donation be used?
Your contribution is an investment in the lives of babies born affected by Turner Syndrome. Our mission to raise awareness to reduce the age of diagnosis does not end there. Our vision is to bring hope and promise for improved outcomes and healthier futures for all babies born with this disorder.
These funds help support our programs for awareness, advocacy, education, research and support to achieve the following:
- Decrease the current age of diagnosis through a strategic awareness campaign that has successfully been active in Arizona, Florida, New York, New Jersey, Washington, Tennessee, and Texas... and we are just getting started!
- Improve quality of life issues and care outcomes by providing online resources, webinars, workshops, and more to increase knowledge and advocacy efforts
- Inspire professionals to understand the prevalence of Turner Syndrome and to know the indications
- Inform the general public and physicians to take a closer look at short girls
- Raise awareness about the realities and social norms of this female condition
- Increase scientific advancements to find answers to questions
- To ensure there is dignity in care to every child who survives with this lifelong disorder
- To promise patients and caregivers support closer to home
Stay connected, and watch us grow. Join our efforts. Support our movement.
Complimentary: Register with us to receive our monthly e-Newsletter
I am Overhead from San Antonio Nonprofit Council on Vimeo.
Donor Bill of Rights
To assure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, Turner Syndrome Foundation supports the Association of Fundraising Professionals and other fundraising organizations in a declaration that all donors have the following rights.
Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. It is a tradition of giving and sharing that is primary to the quality of life. To assure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, and that donors and prospective donors can have full confidence in the non-profit organizations and causes they are asked to support, we declare that all donors have these rights:
Read the statement in both Spanish and English
Leaving A Legacy: Planning Now for Their Future
Providing for the future of others is admirable and significant. When you designate a gift in your will or estate plan to the Turner Syndrome Foundation, Inc. you are leaving an enduring gift that promises a better future for babies born with Turner Syndrome.
A thoughtful way to ensure that your support continues after you are gone is by taking a few simple steps when preparing your estate plan. You can maximize the amount that will go to charity and minimize the amount paid for taxes while knowing that you have earned thanks of those who will be helped by your caring generosity. A gift in your will, called a bequest, could be the right option for you. Bequests allow you to have an impact on the future without parting with your assets today. And, your generosity will continue long after you are gone.
We provide an opportunity for people of all financial means to contribute in a meaningful way. Depending on your philanthropic priorities and your financial situation, you can talk with your attorney or financial advisor to determine which strategy and type of gift best suit your charitable goals. Give to a cause you care about most while gaining maximum tax benefits under state and federal law. Schedule a time to discuss ways you can maximize your gift.
You have flexibility. A bequest lets you balance your philanthropic goals with your concerns about the future. Because you are not actually parting with assets today, you don't need to worry that you might later need those assets to live on. Plus you can change your mind at any time.
You can be sensible in your commitment. Your gift can be made as a percentage of your estate, allow you to benefit Turner Syndrome Foundation and loved ones in relative proportion.
Contact your lawyer to add a charitable gift in your will. Decide what amount or percentage you want to give. Work with your lawyer to update your existing will with a simple codicil or to begin developing your estate plan. Notify us of your intention so we can thank you for your future gift, recognize you (we will honor your preferences regarding anonymity) and keep you informed of our ongoing activities.
Specific Language For Your Bequest
"I give, devise, and bequeath to Turner Syndrome Foundation, Inc., PO Box 726, Holmdel, NJ 07733, $______ or ____% of my estate to be used for (general purposes OR write your specific purpose here.)"
"I give, devise, and bequeath to the Turner Syndrome Foundation, Inc., PO Box 726, Holmdel, NJ 07733, ____% of the residual of my estate to be used for (general purposes OR write your specific purpose here.)"
"In the even that ___________ predeceases me, I give, devise, and bequeath his/her share of my estate to the Turner Syndrome Foundation, Inc., PO Box 726, Holmdel, NJ 07733, $______ or ____% of my estate to be used for (general purposes OR write your specific purpose here.)"
Join the Legacy Society of the Turner Syndrome Foundation. Legacy Society Form
Should you have questions, please contact 1-800-594-4585 for more information.
Many corporations have begun giving back by donating a portion of your purchase through their site to the Turner Syndrome Foundation at no additional cost to you.
Thank you for philanthropic support from great charitable organizations such as:
TD Affinity Program
TD Bank will support our charity, but we need your help. If you bank with TD Bank, email us your name, City and State and they will donate to TSF on your behalf. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call TD Bank Affinity Member Program at 1-888-751-9000 or 732-264-5702 and tell TD Bank you want your balances to benefit an enrolled affinity membership organization. Designate Turner Syndrome Foundation as your membership organization, Affinity Code #A3538.
TD Bank will make an annual contribution based on the average balance in all members’ accounts. Checking, Savings, Money Market, CD and IRA accounts are all included in the program.
Contributions are calculated at 1/2% on checking balances and 1/4% on savings, CDs, Money Markets, and IRA balances. Members’ accounts are not affected in any way by this contribution. Your account balances are used to determine the level of contribution and are kept confidential.
If you are already a TD Bank Customer, visit any TD Bank location and ask to have your balances included as part of your organization’s Affinity Membership Program.
View the TD Bank Affinity Program Flyer
back to list
Investing in Her Future