Go ALL IN this Giving Tuesday
Since 2012, Giving Tuesday has been celebrated as a global generosity movement that unleashes the power of radical generosity around the world. Whether it’s making someone smile, showing up for an issue or person you care about, or giving some of what you have to those who need help, every act of generosity counts, and everyone has something to give.
This year’s Giving Tuesday is set for November 28th, and IRSF has a big goal! We are asking our community of supporters, families, and friends to help us raise awareness and funds to accelerate research and empower families, no matter where they are on their Rett syndrome journey.
Will you help us raise $125,000 this Giving Tuesday to create a world without Rett syndrome?
ONE GIFT. TWICE THE IMPACT.
Thanks to a generous donor who believes in our mission, we have a $50,000 matching gift to help! That means that when you give on Giving Tuesday – either personally or through an online fundraiser – every dollar you donate goes twice as far to create a world without Rett!
How to go ALL IN for someone you love this Giving Tuesday:
- Give. Your gift on November 28th goes twice as far thanks to our generous match!
- Fundraise. Create a Personal Fundraising Page to tell your story. In just minutes, you can customize your page from our template and use it to ask your friends, family, and network to give in honor of your loved one with Rett.
- Share. Use this form to request your personalized social media graphic to share who you’re going ALL IN for this year. And don’t forget to use our Profile Frame Tool to update your profile picture on all of your social media platforms.
Together, let’s go ALL IN and make sure no family faces Rett syndrome alone.
Give generously to fund research toward a cure and empower families. Use the secure online form by clicking below, call (800) 818-7388, or download this form and mail a check payable to International Rett Syndrome Foundation to 4500 Cooper Road, Suite 204, Cincinnati, OH 45242.
About IRSF: The International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF) is the leading research and family empowerment organization for Rett syndrome. We’re on a mission to transform the lives of all those affected by Rett syndrome by accelerating research toward treatment and a cure while empowering families with the information, programs, and services they need to thrive.
Over nearly 40 years, IRSF has invested more than $58 million to fund breakthrough discoveries and life-changing advancements in research while supporting thousands of individuals and families around the world at all stages in their Rett journey.
IRSF is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.