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You can choose one of three Action for M.E. forums to access peer support and friendship:
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Our Parent Member's Forum is open to Action for M.E. Supporting Members who are parents, carers and guardians of young people with M.E. Click to register.
If you're aged up to 19, you can join our young person's community for free, and make friends in our Young People's Forum. Join us today!
09 Apr 2020
Following the steps taken by Action for M.E. and other UK charities over the last few weeks, representatives from various supermarkets have responded detailing…... Read more >>
03 Apr 2020
On Friday 27 March, we wrote a letter to the UK Government and major supermarket chains, signed by members of Forward-ME and the All Party Parliamentary…... Read more >>
27 Mar 2020
Jo Bradley who was diagnosed with M.E. in 2014 while working as a Retail Manager. She told us: “I wanted to raise money for Action for M.E. because of…... Read more >>
27 Mar 2020
Action for M.E. has joined with other others to highlight the immediate challenge faced by people with M.E. in accessing food and essential supplies, and…... Read more >>
23 Mar 2020
Yesterday, Disability Rights UK shared its serious concerns about the implications of the Coronavirus Bill on human rights, particularly for disabled people…... Read more >>
20 Mar 2020
This week’s fundraiser of the week is the team at the Thunderbolt pub in Totterdown, Bristol.Dave, landlord of the Thunderbolt, very charitably hosted…... Read more >>