Take the funding equality petition to the streets

The US funding equality petition has over 4,000 signatures. We still have a lot of work to do to get to our goal of 50,000 signatures nationwide. As we learned from the Dutch campaign, the only way to get to get large numbers is to take the petition into the streets.
 

Help us increase signatures for the US funding equality petition
  • Take the petition offline and into your local community: In the US? Take your computer, tablet, or this printable version of the US funding petition into your local community. You can email scanned copies to [email protected] or snail mail to PO Box 1248, Princeton, NJ 08542. Please email us in addition so we can confirm receipt.
  • Volunteer to become a state petition leader: Recruit and organize other petition volunteers in your state for maximum impact.
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And if you haven’t already, you can help us by signing and sharing the petition:

Start a petition for funding equality in your country

The beauty of science is that discoveries in one country can benefit patients no matter where we live, but public funding and research infrastructure is still a country by country fight. We need to bring this conversation anywhere there are talented scientists and researchers who need funding to study this disease.
We need petitions for research funding not only in the Netherlands and the US, but all over the world.
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1 thought on “Take the funding equality petition to the streets”

  1. I have no problem standing in front of a library for a few hours and collecting signatures. my guess is that this will be impt information tool as freaking no one ever knows what ME is.

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