Ways to Give / Become Involved

There are many ways to support the Tourette and Tic Community. Your gift and involvement in our events, your donations, and your volunteerism helps ensure that the Tourette Association of American can continue its work in making life better for all people affected by Tourette and Tic Disorders.

Make a Donation

Your gift supports all our programs, including education, awareness, advocacy, information and referral services, conferences, Youth Ambassadors and more.


Register to become a volunteer for one of our many events or initiatives.

Event Calendar

Participation in TAA events is crucial to TS awareness and understanding.

Find Local Support

The TAA has a Chapter and Support Group network in over 110 locations around the nation.

Free Webinars

Register to attend upcoming webinars and view a library of past recordings.

Team Tourette

Attend or host a Team Tourette event across the nation.

Planned Giving

Several specific gift types can be funded with cash, equity, or property.

Donate Assets

Learn about the various ways to give back to the TAA.

Young Professionals

A group of advocates raising awareness through service, networking and professional development opportunities.

Support Research

TAA initiatives include funding research grants, the Tourette Centers of Excellence, International Deep Brain Stimulation Registry, CBIT development and training of care providers and more.

Shop and Give Back

Many online vendors, including Amazon and Ebay offer ways to give back. Simply designate the TAA as your charity of choice and give back.

Fundraising Ideas

There are various ways to help support the Tourette Association of America in a fun and engaging way!

Corporate, Grant & Foundation Support

Join the organizations that invest with us because they want to better the lives of those impacted by Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders.

Donate a Vehicle

Donate your car, truck, RV, motorcycle, boat or other vehicle and support the TAA.

If you are interested learning more or donating various assets to the Tourette Association of America, please contact Tracey Alexander, VP of Resource Development & Chapter Services at 888-4-TOURET or at