It was wonderful to have so many of family and friends join us at our annual Lizzie’s Lunch fundraiser on Sunday. It was a fantastic day and we are thrilled to announce over $19,000 was raised to help individuals facing … Read More
Today we celebrate the academic publication of results from the Treatment trial. This research developed a topical cream to treat the small tumours that grow on the face of people with tuberous sclerosis. While these tumours, called angiofibromas, do not … Read More
Kate and Clare are thrilled to announce we raised $5,272 to help families at the time a devastating diagnosis of tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) is given. What a fantastic response from our TSC community. You once again have shown us … Read More
TSA aims to raise $10,000 to give hope to newly diagnosed families through our Christmas Appeal.
Can you help children like Greta and her family?
Our goal is to improve the new diagnosis journey for every one of the babies born tomorrow with TSC. We can’t take their devastating disease away, but we can make sure they get access to life changing early intervention, the right tests, the best possible treatments, and to the experts in the field. Please donate now and give hope this Christmas to families devastated by a TSC diagnosis.
Donate now www.tsa.org.au/help/giftofhope
Our TSC Heroes Team are raising vital funds through the 2017 City to Surf in Sydney on Sunday August 13. One week out from the event and they’ve already raised almost $4,000. Great effort! We are especially proud of Sophie for participating … Read More
Buy your Christmas Cards from Tuberous Sclerosis Australia, with 50% of the pack cost funding support and information services provided by Tuberous Sclerosis Australia. That’s a lot more than many charity cards that only give a few cents for each … Read More
Lizzie’s Lunch is held each year in Sydney. So far the event has raised more than $21,000 for TSA’s support services. Lizzie Pinkerton was a vibrant young girl with a cheeky sense of humour. She lived with Tuberous Sclerosis (TSC) … Read More