Join Team Solve – Fundraising for ME/CFS Research

Join TeamSolve and help us Solve ME/CFS

It will take more than people with ME/CFS to achieve a world free of ME/CFS. It will take a committed team of many rallying together to effect change – Families, loved ones and friends coming together to make a difference and fund progress.

If someone you love is impacted by ME/CFS, then you can help. Join TeamSolve and help us Solve ME/CFS.

 

What is Team Solve?

Team Solve is the grassroots community fundraising program at the Solve ME/CFS Initiative. Team Solve members worldwide are invited to turn their passions and interests into unique fundraising events that will bring us closer to a world without ME/CFS. If you have been looking for a way to support someone you love that has this devastating disease, Team Solve DIY Fundraising may be your answer. Regardless of your personal means to give, anyone can help us Solve ME/CFS by joining Team Solve to fundraise!
 

Why Join Us?

As a Team Solve member, you join with your ME/CFS community to become a dedicated game-changer for all those impacted by ME/CFS. Whether it’s flipping pancakes, hosting a party with a purpose or leveraging your favorite hobby for fundraising, Team Solve members are passionate about transforming their interests into opportunities to raise funds and awareness for ME/CFS research. The timing is all up to you. You set the date, determine the schedule and work at your own pace, with materials to support your efforts and plans.
 

By signing up for Team Solve, you can:
  • Access and manage a personal fundraising page through Crowdrise
  • Be part of the growing grassroots movement
  • Have access to Team Solve materials
  • Access to our sample fundraising materials such as our official Team Solve logos
  • Leverage your circle of friends to help Solve ME/CFS!

Visit www.SolveCFS.org/Fundraising to get started today!

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