Donate to help SOLVE ME/CFS INITIATIVE receive a $50K Challenge Donation by Dec 1!

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Help SOLVE ME/CFS INITIATIVE meet our challenge to receive $50,000 by making a Giving Tuesday donation. An anonymous donor has put up a $50,000 Challenge Donation that we will receive if we get 250 gifts by Dec. 1, 2015.
PLEASE DONATE AT: https://cfids.secure.nonprofitsoapbox.com/givingtuesday
Thank you for helping us SOLVE ME/CFS!

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1 thought on “Donate to help SOLVE ME/CFS INITIATIVE receive a $50K Challenge Donation by Dec 1!”

  1. Can MEACTION put share buttons on website for SolveME/CFS donations, for facebook, twitter, linkedin etc so easy to promote this by easy leveraging?
    Also, local Rotaries can be great forums to present the case to cure M.E. since they have worked for decades to cure Polio worldwide, almost done with this heroic effort, and curing M.E. could be a great new challenge for them.

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