VIRTUAL NJ Walks for TS
A Note about Covid-19: As it has been for the last few years, NJ Walks for TS is a VIRTUAL event, meaning NJCTS does not organize an in-person walk. We encourage our supporters to continue to fundraise this spring in whatever way they are most comfortable while exercising safe practices like social distancing and wearing a mask.
ABOUT THE WALK
To meet the needs of our on-the-go families and to ensure the greatest impact, as well as the safest options, NJCTS will conduct NJ Walks for TS virtually throughout the spring.
NJ Walks for TS Virtual Walk allows your family and friends to show support wherever and however you choose anytime in March, April or May.
Register as a Walk Team Captain << Click on this link and choose CREATE MY OWN FUNDRAISING PAGE. Registered captains will receive a 2021 NJ Walks for TS t-shirt when they donate or fundraise $25. Recruit your friends and family to join your walk (or whatever activity you choose) and ask them to support your walk by making a donation. Teammates who wish to purchase a shirt, may do so by using the link or form below. Their $25 will be added to your final fundraising total. Register by March 1 to get your team name on the back of the shirt!!
Once you have registered your team, you will have your very own fundraising page! You can update your page with your story and photo. Then send the link to family and friends asking for their support.
Make a Donation to the Event or a Participant << Looking to make a donation to NJCTS or on a participant’s behalf? Click on the link above and then on “Top Fundraisers.” If you can’t find their name, make a general donation and let us know which participant to credit.
OUR TOP FUNDRAISING TEAMS WILL BE INVITED TO A VERY SPECIAL TS AWARENESS EVENT IN JUNE!*
*Event day and location is tentative and may be held virtually.
NJ Walks for TS promotes awareness, acceptance, action, and advocacy of Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders. This event is about fun and empowerment for kids, by kids, and about kids. It is a chance to stand up and step out to break the stigma attached to TS and show your support for our friends, family, and neighbors living with this misunderstood neurological disorder. All funds raised support our various programs including education outreach, scholarships and awareness.