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Join us for the 6th Annual Holiday Party for Friends and Families of the Turner Syndrome Foundation
 

The 6th Annual Holiday Party is a benefit for the Turner Syndrome Foundation. This year the entertainment will feature The School of the Garden State Ballet performing Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker”. The party will be held on Sunday, December 14, 11:30 am - 4 pm at The Gramercy at Lakeside Manor, 410 State Highway 36, Hazlet, New Jersey. The event will include a ballet performance, buffet dinner, DJ for dancing, photographer, and festivities!
 
The  “Nutcracker Sweets” performance directed by Jody Jaron, captivates even the youngest audience member to celebrate this beloved holiday tradition. This year there will be ample time for dancing with DJ music and time for socializing with new and old friends.  The more the merrier… Come one, come all, bring your family and friends and make this your annual holiday tradition.
                                                                                                        Acknowledgements:
Order tickets:                                                                  
For your convenience, there are three ways you can order tickets:         Garcia Photography 2013
1). Order tickets or donate online
2). Print order form and mail to:                                                          School of the Garden State Ballet
            Turner Syndrome Foundation
            P. O. Box 726, Holmdel, NJ 07733                                           Rich Kaufman Productions 
3). Order by telephone. Call 732-847-3385 (9am-5pm)
                                                                                                        The Gramercy at Lakeside Manor 

I’m sorry I cannot attend this year, but would like to make an end of the year donation. You can either make an online donation through the order tickets link, the paper form above, or by calling our office. Your support is very important to our mission. Thank you.
 
Make an in-kind donation:
If you are interested in sponsoring the event by making an in-kind donation, please consider the following:
Donating 100 small samples or gift prizes for gift bags
Unwrapped children’s gifts for all ages
Delivered before December 1, 2014
Print donation form  
Email: holiday@tsfusa.org or call 732-847-3385 for more information
 
Print the donation form and mail your gift to:
Turner Syndrome Foundation
1 Bethany Rd, Bldg 1, Suite 5, Hazlet, NJ 07730
 
Sponsor:
I am (or my company is) interested in sponsoring the event.  I would like to get more information about sponsorship opportunities. email: holiday@tfsusa.org
 
Transportation and Accommodations:
New Jersey Transit – NJTransit.com
Jersey Shore Coastline – Hazlet Train Station
Academy Bus Line, Rt. 36, Hazlet

 




Coordinating specialized education conferences for patients and caregivers

The purpose of patient workshops is to provide education, information and support to patients and their caregivers by experienced and knowledgeable providers. Turner Syndrome Foundation workshops have been organized since 2009, and reach patients in communities where they live. Many families travel a great distance to increase their understanding, gain new perspectives and learn about current resources.

Please join us by registering today. If you have any technical difficulty registering online, call 1-800-594-4585 to register by telephone or email info@tsfusa.org. 


 


Patient Testimonies
“Beyond learning more about what is happening inside me, I met a lot of great people.  I felt immediately welcomed into the TSF community with open arms.  I never felt judged, which often happens being the shortest person in a room.  Furthermore, I met other girls with TS for the first time in my life.  I finally didn’t feel like I was alone.  I could talk candidly with them about what I am going through and what I went through as a child.  I’ve never felt comfortable doing that with my friends.  Sure, I’ve told a few close friends what TS is and that I have it, but I’ve never went much further.  As I said, I just never felt comfortable talking about something so personal. “ Jennifer

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