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.
“The distance round the allotments is approximately 340 yards, so it should take me 14 days to reach the 2.6-mile goal,” Juan Cortlett.
“I will never forget her, the memories we shared together and the things she taught me about true friendship,” Emily Foster.
The #GoBlue4ME Challenge has inspired two incredible events that meet all the requirements of the nationwide lockdown.
Sarah Freeman has not been daunted by the coronavirus. She’s simply delayed her inspiring attempt at Ben Nevis until next year.
Claire has been running a popular pub-quiz online, and Helen is cutting her lovely hair – raising funds to support the MEA!
Britain’s social media is abuzz with this challenge. People are sharing ideas and coming together. What can you do to help?
Dream up an activity that suits your ability based on the numbers 2.6 or 26 and help save the ME Association!
Congratulations to Alice and Sarah for completing their Landmarks Challenge!
A brand-new event, The Local Landmarks Challenge, opens today for people able to run in support their charity.
We hear from two champion fundraisers – one of whom is a postwoman – about how the current restrictions are affecting them.
We are continuing to work as normally as possible during what is a very challenging time for everyone.
Jenny McGibbon – hit by M.E. in her late teens – has proved she has what it takes to be a freelance graphic designer.
Amanda Sladdin talks about her efforts to raise funds for M.E. research and how they proved so successful.
Sharing your story is one of the best ways we have of improving understanding and awareness of M.E.
Jenny McGibbon has given a compassionate disability twist to the latest Papergang box of stationery treats.