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Charity Acclamation Award

UPDATE June 2019: You did it! You gave Invest in ME Research 82% of the votes for the shortlisted charities winning them a wonderful 1st prize of £3,000! http://www.investinme.org/IIMER-Newslet-190604claimscouk.shtml Congratulations and thank you for supporting Invest in ME Research! Previously…

May ME Awareness Month

Welcome to ME Awareness Month May 2019! A bit about us… Let’s Do It for ME is a patient-driven campaign supporting the work of the charity Invest in ME Research and helping to raise funds for the biomedical research of

Nova Magazine Spotlights ME

Nova Magazine has published an excellent article by Will and Kathryn Woodvine featuring their teenage son Alex, who is severely ill with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, and their amazing friend Arry’s Mountain Mayhem 100 miles in 24 hours off road cycle challenge

31 Days in May

New book of poems for May ME Awareness Month by The French Femme Rosalynde Lemarchand is pleased to announce the publication of her new book ’31 days in May’ under her nom de plume The French Femme. Ros’s new book

Welcome to Pets Walkies for ME 2019!

All pets are welcome to join Team Walkies for ME, an adorable offshoot of the annual May ME Awareness and Fundraiser Walk for ME. Walkies for ME is arranged by Ian McPhee. The team comprises a group of wonderful pets



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9 hours ago

Let's Do It for ME

Jon Campling Actor takes the opportunity to raise awareness of ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) and shake his Invest in ME Research Charity collection box whenever he goes to Comic Cons. Jon's wife Ali has ME and he's been supportive of young Harry Potter fans with ME as one of his roles is the train-stopping Death Eater! This weekend Jon was at Dublin Wizard Con for the first time. Check out his photos on Facebook Jon Campling Actor and Twitter @joncampling. Jon is currently aiming to raise £10,000 on his JustGiving fundraising page for Invest in ME Research: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/walktall4me
Can we help him reach his first £1,000?
Let's do it for ME!
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Jon Campling Actor takes the opportunity to raise awareness of ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) and shake his Invest in ME Research Charity collection box whenever he goes to Comic Cons.  Jons wife Ali has ME and hes been supportive of young Harry Potter fans with ME as one of his roles is the train-stopping Death Eater!  This weekend Jon was at Dublin Wizard Con for the first time.  Check out his photos on Facebook Jon Campling Actor and Twitter @joncampling. Jon is currently aiming to raise £10,000 on his JustGiving fundraising page for Invest in ME Research:  https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/walktall4me 
Can we help him reach his first £1,000?
Lets do it for ME!

 

Comment on Facebook

Thank you! Jon Campling 💞&💫

Thanks Jon

3 days ago

Let's Do It for ME

Just a simple idea... It's fully understandable that people with M.E. spend lots of money on alternative treatments, vitamins and supplements to help bring some relief, but wouldn't it be great if each of the 250,000 sufferers could donate £4 to Invest in ME Research that's £1,000,00.00 or even better still if everyone could donate £4 a month £12 million a year. Imagine what they could accomplish with that sort of funding 🙂

Of course the money should come from government sources, but do you really want to wait? We'd probably be better off with these two in charge 😀

There are also ways to raise funds for free for the that would help to also make this possible for who struggle financially. ldifme.org/raise-funds-for-free-for-me/
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Just a simple idea...  Its fully understandable that people with M.E. spend lots of money on alternative treatments, vitamins and supplements to help bring some relief, but wouldnt it be great if each of the 250,000 sufferers could donate £4 to Invest in ME Research thats £1,000,00.00 or even better still if everyone could donate £4 a month £12 million a year.   Imagine what they could accomplish with that sort of funding :)  

Of course the money should come from government sources, but do you really want to wait?  Wed probably be better off with these two in charge :D  

There are also ways to raise funds for free for the that would help to also make this possible for who struggle financially.  http://ldifme.org/raise-funds-for-free-for-me/

 

Comment on Facebook

I tried doing the me awareness month fundraiser on fb and not one person donated 😞. I even invited friends & family & got ignored 😞. If it was a cancer charity then I bet I would’ve got a better response. (Not dissing cancer btw - b4 I get told off)

I do too

I do