UPDATE June 2019: You did it! Your nominations helped Invest in ME Research win a wonderful £1,000 Ecclesiastical Movement for Good Award:
Thank you for supporting Invest in ME Research!
Please nominate Invest in ME Research – charity number 1153730 –
for a chance to win £1,000 award in Ecclesiastical’s Movement for Good.
Ecclesiastical is giving £1,000 donations to 500 charities and £50,000 grants to 10 charities, £1m in total. First up are the £1000 awards.
Nominations are open from Tuesday 23 April to Friday 17 May.
500 winners will be drawn at random from the pot of nominations.
Anyone can nominate a charity and it’s quick and easy to do.
You can only nominate a charity once and your nomination is identified by your unique email address.
The more nominations the greater the chance of winning.
“Charitable giving is at the heart of what we do – and has been for over 130 years. Today, we’re the only financial services group that exists to gives its profits to charity. We’re proud to be doing things differently. To be giving back to the communities we serve and championing the issues that really matter to them – working together to build a movement for good.” Ecclesiastical
Nominate here: ecclesiastical.com/movement-for-good/nominate-a-charity/
You will need the charity name Invest in ME Research
and the charity number 1153730
Thank you for your support!
Invest in ME Research is an independent UK charity finding, funding and facilitating a strategy of biomedical research into Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME or ME/CFS), as defined by WHO-ICD-10-G93.3. and promoting better education about ME.
Invest in ME Research is run by volunteers – patients or parents of children with ME – with no paid staff.
Overheads are kept to a minimum to enable all funds raised to go to promoting education of, and facilitating and funding biomedical research into, ME.
The charity believes that biomedical research into ME is crucial in order to make progress in treating this disease. We also believe that education of healthcare staff, the media, government departments, patient groups and patients is to be a priority.
The charity’s objectives are to initiate, maintain and augment a strategy of high-quality biomedical research into ME, to provide education about ME, and to raise awareness of the effects of the disease on patients and families.
We are a small charity but with supporters who have big hearts – and a determination to get the best possible research to be carried out to find the cause of myalgic encephalomyelitis and develop treatments. Read more…