#MEAction receives $50K donation from Pineapple Fund

#MEAction is thrilled to announce that it has received a $50,000 donation from the Pineapple Fund, an anonymous donor who is one of the largest holders of Bitcoin in the world.
“The #MEAction community is incredibly grateful to the Pineapple Foundation for helping our organization support the work of activists across the world fight for change for people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis,” said #MEAction Co-Founder, Jennifer Brea.
Please join us in sending our appreciation to the anonymous donor behind the Pineapple Fund. Share your story and tell Pineapple Fund what #MEAction, #MillionsMissing, #BedFest, our Congressional and Parliament outreach, our support groups, or any of our other initiatives have meant to you. Add your message and image by clicking on . Deadline to sign the card is March 4th.

 
This is a crucial time for #MEAction as we are working to translate the momentum from the Unrest documentary into real change for people with ME by building community and supporting the work of activists across the world fight for change.
Key members of the Unrest team who made the dissemination and publicity of the film such a success are now shifting their focus to support the work of #MEAction.
Since its inception last December, the Pineapple Fund has donated over $53 million to 58 charities, including donating $5 million to the Open Medicine Foundation (OMF) for research into ME/CFS.

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5 thoughts on “#MEAction receives $50K donation from Pineapple Fund”

  1. Thank you Pine! Your generous support of ME/CFS is very appreciated. You have given many people hope that answers maybe found and help and treatment may be on the horizon.

  2. Hello my name is Fred I am in need of approximately $100,000 I was buying my home on contract and recently found out there are two mortgages on this property and the original owner took the money and ran I cannot buy this property through the banks and the liens are way too high I need a place I am Mobility challenged and I wear oxygen almost all the time I do not have a way to get out of this mess that was left to me please help

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