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Our vision is a world without Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) 

How You Can Help
  1. Simply book your next holiday with Charitable Travel and tell us you want to support Action for M.E. The charity will then benefit from the free donation you can make as part of the booking process. To read more about how this works, head to our ‘About Us‘ page.
  2. If you want to make a donation to Action for M.E. and you are not booking a holiday, click here to visit their website.
  3. Visit actionforme.org.uk to sign up to newsletters, and follow the
    Action for M.E. social media pages, and help spread the word.
How You Can Help
How You Can Help
  1. Simply book your next holiday with Charitable Travel and tell us you want to support Action for M.E. The charity will then benefit from the free donation you can make as part of the booking process. To read more about how this works, head to our ‘About Us‘ page.
  2. If you want to make a donation to Action for M.E. and you are not booking a holiday, click here to visit their website.
  3. Visit actionforme.org.uk to sign up to newsletters, and follow the
    Action for M.E. social media pages, and help spread the word.
  1. Simply book your next holiday with Charitable Travel and tell us you want to support Action for M.E. The charity will then benefit from the free donation you can make as part of the booking process. To read more about how this works, head to our ‘About Us‘ page.
  2. If you want to make a donation to Action for M.E. and you are not booking a holiday, click here to visit their website.
  3. Visit actionforme.org.uk to sign up to newsletters, and follow the
    Action for M.E. social media pages, and help spread the word.

M.E. is a long-term (chronic), fluctuating, neurological condition that causes symptoms affecting many body systems, more commonly the nervous and immune systems. M.E. affects an estimated 250,000 people in the UK, and around 17 million people worldwide. Adults and children with M.E. experience debilitating pain, fatigue and a range of other symptoms associated with post-exertional malaise, the body and brain’s inability to recover after expending even small amounts of energy. 

“Little things that years ago took me five minutes to do can take me all day now. Even cooking a basic meal and eating correctly is so challenging. I cheat a lot with cooking, like putting fresh vegetables in tins of beans. This is how I get by. I feel ashamed that from being fully active, and going above and beyond, I have gone to scraping along, just trying to do the basics, and not even accomplishing that.”

Sally, 47, from Kent

At Action for M.E., we provide targeted information, support and advice to children, young people and adults with M.E. and we offer peer-support services that reduce the isolation that so often comes with M.E. We work closely with professionals and policy-makers to improve access to appropriate care and support services, and collaborate with scientists, patients and clinicians to move biomedical research forward, including funding PhD studentships. We also co-lead DecodeME, the world’s largest M.E. DNA study. 

“You have been the light that has helped us navigate these most challenging of months, providing bridges between agencies and disciplines, with your experience, expertise and calm, unwavering support.”

Sharon, whose son has M.E.
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Location

42 Temple Street, Keynsham, BS31 1EH 

[email protected] 

0117 927 9551 

Charity and Company

Charity registration numbers:
England and Wales 1036419
Scotland no. SC040452  

Registered company number: 2906840

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