#MEAction proudly announces the launch of its #MillionsMissing Zazzle Store! You can purchase #MillionsMissing tee shirts and buttons for the upcoming protest on May 25. We encourage protesters to wear them to the event as well, to create a visual cohesiveness. However, you are welcome to wear a red shirt of your choosing, or any
On May 25, 2016, #MEAction is sponsoring a community-organized protest at Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS) across the country, and in cities all over the world. As a community, we are bowled over by the response. The protest started as a single effort in Washington, D.C., but as of today there will be
On Saturday, 7 May 2016, Mike Sutton will begin a 240-km (150-mi) journey along the Camino del Norte to raise awareness and generate more funding for ME/CFS. Mike is dedicating each day of the ten-day walk to an ME/CFS sufferer, using the hike as a platform to tell their story, share a picture of them during
Anne LiConti is a member of the ME/CFS community who needs our help to obtain a life-saving surgery. Anne’s uterine fibroids have grown so large and numerous that her uterus is now the size of a 14-week pregnancy. This March, I was stricken with extreme complications: uterine hemorrhage from the fibroids. I started having orthostatic
#MEAction, in collaboration with the Association of People with Disability (APD) in Bolivia, have launched a campaign to raise funds for the brave individuals that are risking their lives to demand equality from their government. Our goal: raise $10,000 by Saturday, March 19th It all started 50 days ago at the main square in
Liisa Lugus has been bedbound with extreme myalgic encephalomyelitis for 13 years and is losing her current home. She has nowhere to go and needs our help: https://www.tilt.com/tilts/liisa-lugus-urgent-housing-and-long-term-care-fund https://www.facebook.com/friendsofliisalugus/info/?tab=page_info
Forgotten Plague, the new documentary about ME/CFS is screening at Reading Cinemas The Tower Theatre in Sacramento, CA at 6:30pm on March 10th, 2016.
A team of determined British climbers have succeeded in climbing the height of Everest to raise thousands for biomedical ME research. Watch a time-lapse video of this positive & successful fundraising event.
A team of climbers are taking part in a gruelling charity event with the aim of scaling the height of Everest (8,848m) in a single day, raising funds for much-needed research into ME/CFS. As the climbing wall is only 12.5m in height, the team will have to climb it over 708 times to reach their goal and it’s expected to take them between 6 and 9 hours. The Everest Challenge will be a real test of the team’s commitment, strength and endurance.