Membership: join us or renew

Become a Supporting or Lifelong Member of Action for M.E today. Your vital contribution will help make a real difference to the lives of hundreds of thousands of people affected by this devastating illness.

Choose your membership option

Supporting Membership
Join or renew for £21 per year

We know that people with M.E. deserve better. Together we are building a movement for change, and stamping out the stigma of M.E. By joining us as a Supporting Member, you're taking action to end the ignorance, injustice and neglect that young people, adults and families with M.E. face every day.

Your new membership pack includes the most recent issue of our membership magazine, InterAction, and details of the services and support we can offer you and your family, including an order for for resources about a range of topics about living with M.E.

Lifelong Membership
From £350

If you are able to make a generous one-off donation of £350 or more for Lifelong Membership, your wonderful gift will allow us to reach even more people living with M.E. in urgent need. You support will enable us to:

  • continue offering a lifeline to adults, children and families with M.E. via our Crisis, Advocacy and Support Service
  • raise awareness and inspire action among the public, professionals, parliamentarians and policy-makers
  • invest in research and drive collaborations to understand the biology of M.E., leading to better treatments and ultimately a cure.
If you're 18 and under with M.E.

Being a member of our Young People's Community is a great way for you to talk to other children and young people who have M.E. Some are more severely affected than others, but even if their experiences are different to yours, every member of our community understands what it’s like to live with M.E.

Joining our community is free and gives you access to a range of services including our online forum, a vibrant and lively online space where you can talk to other young people affected by M.E. about anything and everything, from living with the illness to hobbies and interests.