Tourette Canada launches its 15th Annual Trek for Tourette!
January 11, 2023– Tourette Canada is excited to celebrate the launch of its 15th Annual Trek for Tourette! This is Tourette Canada’s most important fundraising event of the year. Funds generated through Trek for Tourette will help Tourette Canada to continue delivering its excellent support and educational programs and enable the organization to enhance and expand its current offerings. In 2020, with the start of the pandemic, Trek for Tourette moved to a virtual format. Now, Tourette Canada is pleased to offer a few in-person events as well as a dynamic and engaging virtual option that allows people from across Canada to join forces with others working together to raise funds and awareness for those affected by Tourette Syndrome.
Whether you participate in person or virtually, you will be standing shoulder to shoulder with like-minded Canadians, celebrating individuality, creating awareness and striving to make a positive impact on the lives of Canadians affected by Tourette Syndrome.
This year Trek for Tourette will take place on Sunday May 28, 2023 at various Canadian citys and virtually allowing all Canadians to participate. All participants are asked to register using the online portal and begin fundraising today! Trek for Tourette – Walk for Tourette Syndrome Tourette Canada
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About Tourette Canada— Established in 1976, Tourette Canada is the only federally registered, charitable organization of volunteers assisting individuals and families affected by Tourette Syndrome and its associated conditions in Canada. We are dedicated to creating awareness, support, and understanding through education, advocacy, and community outreach.
Our programs and service offerings have changed and adapted to our evolving society and diverse needs of the Tourette community but our core mission and values remain intact. We currently offer a year-round Virtual Support Group program for parents, adults and youth with Tourette Syndrome as well as professional In-Service training for educators, law enforcement, community recreation staff and others wishing to gain a better understanding of Tourette Syndrome. We also offer information on our website and help to engage and unite the Tourette Community through local activities, social media and nationwide events. Learn more about who we are and what we do for the community at www.tourette.ca/.
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