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"People need to know that TS is involuntary. We don't need pity, but some will always need help, support and understanding"

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Tourettes Action gets no government support, so we appreciate all the help from our supporters that enables us to continue working to improve the lives of people living with Tourette Syndrome (TS). There are lots of exciting ways that you can get involved in our work. How will you support us?

Donate to Tourettes Action

Our work is funded completely by voluntary donations so your donation, be it £10 or £1,000, is essential in enabling us to continue our work. Donate online now.

Fundraise for Tourettes Action

Fundraising is a fantastic way to raise money for TA as well as helping raise awareness of TS. There are lots of different ways to fundraise, you can organise your own event or take on a sponsored challenge in aid of TA. Find out more about fundraising, including how TA can help you.

Buy TA merchandsie from our online shop

Our online shop has a range of TA merchandise available for you to buy, including T-shirts, wristbands and pin badges. Go shopping now to pick up some of these great goodies.

Volunteer for TA

We often have volunteering opportunities with TA both in our main office or working from home. Find out about the latest volunteering roles.

Take part in research

Research into TS is essential in helping us better understand the condition. Researches are often looking for people with TS to take part in their projects. Find out which research projects are currently recruiting.

 

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