Collaborative Partnerships for the Tourette Syndrome Community
The event will take place April 6 and will benefit the NJCTS Children’s Scholarship Program, which supports graduating New Jersey high school seniors with Tourette Syndrome
WEST WINDSOR, N.J. – The NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) is proud to announce its corporate sponsors for the 1st NJ Walks for TS at Princeton, which will take place Sunday, April 6, at Mercer County Park. The walk will be a day of advocacy, awareness, acceptance and action geared toward raising funds to support the NJCTS Children’s Scholarship Program.
Support is pouring in from all corners of the state, and each corporate sponsor has demonstrated its firm support for NJCTS and the 1 in 100 kids and families living with Tourette Syndrome – an inherited, misdiagnosed, misunderstood neurological disorder characterized by involuntary sounds and movements known as tics. The corporate sponsors, as of March 27, are:
Bronze Sponsor: Advanced Dental Arts of Somerset, with a $1,000
Supply Sponsor: Wegmans of Princeton, with a donation of food and
Supply Sponsor: Gold Medal Plumbing & Heating of Monmouth
Junction, with a $200 donation
Supply Sponsor: Re/Max Excel Realtors of Bordentown, with a $200
General Sponsor: Kadar Orthodontics of Sewell, with a $100 donation
General Sponsor: Summit Drilling Company, with a $100 donation
Silent Auction Sponsor: Elite Island Resorts, with a donation of 6
vacation vouchers to resorts in the Caribbean and Latin America
Silent Auction Sponsor: The New Jersey Devils Professional Ice Hockey
Team, with a donation of a signed hockey puck and 2 tickets to an upcoming
game at Prudential Center in Newark
Silent Auction Sponsor: Hobby’s Delicatessen & Restaurant of Newark,
with a donation of dinner for 2 in conjunction with the New Jersey Devils’
ticket offer above
Silent Auction Sponsor: Rocky Hill Inn, with a donation of a $100
Silent Auction Sponsor: Harvest Moon Brewery & Café of New
Brunswick, with a donation of a $75 gift card
Silent Auction Sponsor: Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse of Princeton, with a
donation of a $100 gift card
Also included as part of the silent auction will be two T-shirts autographed by former American Idol star James Durbin. The shirts were obtained for the auction by NJCTS supporter Susan Everett. The silent auction will open at 1 p.m. and run through approximately 3 p.m. on April 6, with all proceeds supporting the NJCTS Children’s Scholarship Program.
“The NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome thanks each of these esteemed corporate sponsors and donors for their extensive support of children and families affected by this often devastating neurological disorder,” NJCTS Executive Director Faith W. Rice said. “It is my hope that New Jersey’s Tourette Syndrome and the general public joins them at NJ Walks For TS at Princeton on April 6 in support of the NJCTS Children’s Scholarship Program.”
For the past 10 years, the NJCTS Children’s Scholarship Program has supported more than 200 graduating New Jersey high school seniors with Tourette Syndrome and awarded them scholarships on the merits of academic achievement, community involvement and personal accomplishment as an individual living with TS and its associated neurological disorders.
More information about NJ Walks for TS at Princeton is available by visiting www.njcts.org.
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NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders, Inc. Collaborative partnerships for the Tourette Syndrome community