Are you super organised with your Christmas planning, or more like the subject of this festive poem? You can make a donation to our…
One last Christmas Cracker from Helen Winning … don’t forget you can catch up on all the Christmas Treats shared so far here. You…
Our jazz friends from Trinity are back again with another interpretation of a Christmas classic. Enjoy! You can make a donation to our appeal…
Caroline Kingdon brings you the second chapter of the lovely short story, The Man Who Planted Trees. Missed chapter one? You can catch up…
We know that some of you downloaded and enjoyed our Summer Quiz, so we’ve created a Christmas Quiz to keep you entertained over the…
Helen Winning and her granddaughter, Eva, share a classic festive recipe in today’s Christmas Treat. You can make a donation to our appeal here.
Here’s another Christmas Cracker from Helen Winning … thank you to those who have already donated to our bursary appeal – we’ve raised £700…
Molly Beere is currently studying at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, but has taken time out to share her cover of…
Here’s a simple idea for a festive nibble in today’s Christmas treat. You can make a donation to our appeal here.
Our Christmas Treat today is from our trustee, Caroline Kingdon, reading the first of three parts of The Man Who Planted Trees. This beautiful…
Helen Winning has been pulling the Christmas Crackers early to find today’s festive fun! You can make a donation to our appeal here.
Today’s treat is brought to you by jazz students from London’s Trinity Laban Conservatoire. Dom Hall (drums), Rebeka Edlund (vocals), Dominic Kosztolánszki (tenor sax),…
Recent Fundraising Events
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Fundraise for us
Join in one of our sponsored events or make up your own. This year our big sponsored event was the Onesie Walk in May, to coincide with ME Awareness week.
Challenge yourself and raise money for The ME Trust. Join our Abseil challenge or find one of your own.
There are many ways for individuals, families, voluntary groups, churches and schools to get involved with supporting our work. From simply holding a fundraising coffee morning or an Afternoon Tea for ME with a cake stall to arranging a fundraising concert in a local church or school, you could be making a significant difference to the lives of people who might have been bedbound with ME/CFS for many years.
Please tell us if you plan to organise a fundraising event.
- provide a template for posters, flyers, bunting and sponsorship forms.
- help you publicise your event on our website and let everyone know how you
got on afterwards.
- provide information about the work of the Trust
Please contact us if you would like someone to come to your fundraising event to speak about the work of The ME Trust.
For help with any of your fundraising ideas and activities, contact our Fundraiser, Sophie Erskine at [email protected]