Support Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month with Great Savings & Goodshop Donations

TS Awareness Month

 

May 15 to June 15 marks National Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month. It’s a time of year when advocates of Tourette Syndrome raise awareness about the neurological disorder that still leaves researchers and healthcare providers with many unanswered questions.

Tourette Syndrome (TS) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that usually becomes evident in early childhood or adolescence. Currently, the estimates are that 1 out of every 160 children between the ages of 5-17 in the United States has TS, and that 1 out of every 100 children has TS or another Tic Disorder. While there is no cure for Tourette Syndrome, thanks to years of dedicated research, there are various treatment options.

In support of Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month, below are some of the brands that will make a donation to the Tourette Syndrome charity of your choice when you purchase online.

Staples coupons                  Staples: 2.5% donation. See top deals >> 

 

GapKids coupons                  Gap Kids: 2.5% donation. See top deals >>

 

Nike coupons                  Nike: 3% donation. See top deals >>

Travelocity coupons                 Travelocity: 3% donation. See top deals >>

CVS Photo coupons                  CVS Pharmacy: 2% donation. See top deals >>

 

To ensure that the donation goes back to your chosen charity, sign in to goodshop.com and check that you’ve selected that charity.

Click here to see some of the charities we work with that support Tourette Syndrome awareness, education and research.

P.S. You can see more brands that donate on our Cause Favorites Coupons & Deals page.

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