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Below is a general list of ways to volunteer. We are also looking for specific skills of those who can help us be published in magazines and have stories in national news shows.

Box Fill out a registry during or after your pregnancy. Attach a copy of your pathology report on the placenta. Send it to the Foundation.

Box Give out Foundation brochures to your perinatologist and OB/GYN so he or she may have them available for the next family.

Box Send us the names and phone numbers of the twins clubs in your state so we can compile a national list to increase education about the syndrome and reach more pregnant mothers at risk.

Box Plan a family gift for when your babies are born (friends and relatives send in donations in your babies’ names to help our programs continue to help the next family.) Many companies provide matching funds, just send us the paperwork.

Box Become a member of our Circle of Care Group and help sponsor another diagnosed family to receive treatment.

Box Become a member of The Miracle Miles Program of Midwest Express Airlines. As an organizational nonprofit member, every donation of 15,000 miles earns us a free airline ticket to fly a mother for treatment that she otherwise could not afford.

Box Learn more about endowments and planned giving to help sustain the Foundation.

Box Have an article printed in your city newspaper and/or national magazines about your experience and have a sidebar about The Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation.

Box Have the local news do a story about you and your babies (see article section)

Box Write to authors of pregnancy books. Encourage them to include The Foundation as a resource in the back of their book, and to also include a chapter on the syndrome.

Box Scan the Internet and ask various pregnancy and medical associations to link to the Foundation on it’s page so more families and physicians can find us at

Box Help to pass the assignment of a CPT code for the treatment of laser surgery.

Box Help to pass Matthew and Steven’s law in Congress to make standard ultrasounds from 16 weeks through delivery for a monochorionic placenta as well as coverage for laser surgery for Medicaid, which denies help to diagnosed families who need to go out of state.

Box Be a support person to talk to other family going through the syndrome, with special needs, bereavement needs or NICU needs.

Box Share your experience with us in writing to publish in one of our newsletters or our website.

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Raise Donations on Facebook

This is a fantastic and easy way to support the fight against TTTS and bring help and hope to families
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Learn about TAPS- MUST do MCA dopplers on all pregnancies

A form of TTTS, TAPS can occur after laser surgery or during a monochorionic pregnancy with no signs of TTTS or problems.
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Updated List of Questions

Questions to Ask at Every Ultrasound. Ultrasounds Must Be Weekly Starting at 16 Weeks.
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