ME Essential Magazine and the Christmas Supplement will be sent out to ME Association members this week. We hope there is something for everyone!
Emma Roberts has a son, George, who has M.E. She has created special Christmas card designs to help raise money for the ME Association.
Sarah Elsby has begun her impressive walking challenge in support of her mother who has M.E. Please donate and help the ME Association do more for this vulnerable community.
We have 20 guaranteed places for the 2021 London Half-Marathon. We’re calling for all able-bodied enthusiasts to please get in touch!
£560 million goes unclaimed in Git Aid every year. Please add Gift Aid to your donations – it doesn’t cost you a penny more!
We have places available for the London Landmark’s Half-Marathon in 2021. Contact us if you would like to take part and help us to do more for people with M.E.!
Lou Wildish has put a selection of her unique art into a new online gallery and is giving a donation from each sale to the ME Association.
“I try to walk a mile a day. There are some days that my legs and brain don’t quite connect. That’s when it becomes quite interesting!”
Fancy some northern humour? Take a look at Rich Davenport’s comic genius. Proceeds from his latest book kindly donated to the ME Association.
M.E. changed his mum from “being called Tigger because she was always so full of life” to someone who now has to count every ounce of energy used in case it runs out and leaves her floored for days.
The ME Association were nominated for this challenge because of Emily who has been housebound with M.E. for 9 years.
The album is out on Saturday, but the single is out now! Help Kara raise funds for the Post-Mortem Tissue Bank to advance vital research into M.E.
Help save your charity by taking part or supporting the Prudential My RideLondon event on 15 and 16 August!
If able, please support the ME Association: Two solo events have been arranged to help celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Great North Run!
Pledge your support for the Big Give Challenge and help us to continue our campaign of accurate and timely information to health professionals!
Meet four teenagers who want to set the world of ME Awareness ablaze. They tell us why!
Up the Blues! This family came together during lockdown – despite living miles apart.
Helen Leonard-Williams and Helen McLean entered the Headshave Hall of Fame after they let the scissors loose during ME Awareness Week.
A north Somerset couple have been swimming the length of the English Channel at home to help save a charity that supports their daughter.
Two stories from very generous supporters of the ME Association.