As an umbrella organisation, we play a pivotal role in fostering collaboration among associations and supporting their invaluable work. We provide a platform for sharing knowledge, resources, and best practices, enabling these associations to reach a wider audience and amplify their impact. By facilitating connections and promoting synergy, we are strengthening the global association community and enhancing their ability to bring about meaningful change.

Your donation makes a difference!

To fulfil our vision of a world in which people with Tics and Tourette Syndrome are understood, accepted, respected, empowered and included in all contexts of life’, we rely on the generosity and support of individuals like you. Your contribution will help us finance crucial projects that directly benefit individuals touched by Tourette syndrome.

One such project is our Ambassador Program, which is designed for individuals who are committed to making a difference in the world and want to be a part of our mission and vision. TTAG ambassadors have the opportunity to raise awareness about Tics and TS, engage with communities in their country or region that don’t have an existing TS patient association and make a meaningful impact.

Additionally, your donation will aid in sustaining our ongoing efforts to support the global association community. By bolstering the work of these associations, we are fostering a network of support that spans borders and transcends cultural boundaries.

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Your contribution, no matter the size, will make a tangible difference in the lives of those touched by tics and TS. With your support, we can continue to create a world that embraces diversity and provides equal opportunities and drive societal change that fosters inclusivity and acceptance.

Thank you for your kind consideration and support. Donate now to make a difference

For more information how your donation can make a difference, see our recently published brochure: