Support scholarship: tourette together

by ScholasTIC Tourette Supporters
Support scholarship: tourette together

Summary

Our call to action with this fundraiser brings together our collective energy to raise funds for scholarships that directly benefit Tourette students going to college. Join us and others as we work together to bring attention to this misunderstood disorder. They have worked hard to overcome stigma, learning differences and more. We want to support them as they work on their secondary education

$1,000
total goal
$805
remaining
7
donors
0
monthly donors
1
year

Challenge

Students with Tourette syndrome spend more time, effort and funds getting through high school due to learning disabilities, OCD, ADHD, and anxiety. Planning for more education can be an overwhelming prospect.

Solution

Scholarships give funds for achievement despite barriers. It fosters self acceptance, planning for the future, And ultimately confidence to be proud members of our community who can support each other.

Long-Term Impact

More people who understand Tourette syndrome; more awareness about the needs of those with Tourette syndrome; advocacy, support and opportunity.

Resources

Organization Information

ScholasTIC Tourette Supporters

Location: Pasadena, CA - USA
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com@ScholasTICSupp1
Project Leader:
ScholasTIC Tourette Supporters
Pasadena, CA United States
$195 raised of $1,000 goal
 
7 donations
$805 to go
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