Get Involved

BITSS is a volunteer-run organization. We are all deeply committed to enriching the global TS community, and we welcome all who share our goals to contribute however you can.

    Donate

BITSS is a tax-exempt nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. We accept donations of all sizes. Your contributions help us provide scholarships and financial aid for families who would not otherwise be able to afford our program. Our mission to build a global community includes everyone, and with your help, our mission can be a reality. You can make a tax-deductible donation via our GoFundMe campaign.

We also accept checks made out to Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit. Our mailing address is:

  Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit
  P.O. Box 135
  Mansfield, MA 02048

If you would like our tax-exempt number, click here to send us an email.

    Be a Part of the Summit

Become a Mentor: Our volunteer mentors are the backbone of our program. They are role models and guides for our teen participants. If you or someone you know has Turner syndrome and is interested in mentoring teens with TS, you can click here to learn more about becoming a mentor.

    Volunteer

There are many ways to volunteer with BITSS, many of which do not require proximity to Boston. We are actively seeking Committee Members to join our Board Committees, including Fundraising and Development, Marketing and Communications, and Programming. Being a part of these committees enables you to connect with others in the TS community, develop or hone skills, and contribute to an important mission. Don't have time for Committee work? There are other ways to contribute on an ad hoc basis. Please complete our Volunteer Sign Up Form, and we will work with you to find a role that fits your interests and schedule.

    AmazonSmile

Through AmazonSmile, your Amazon purchases can benefit BITSS as well. Amazon will donate .5 percent on what you spend to your chosen organization. Click here to select the Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit as your benefactor.