New Year’s Eve — a time to reflect on the past and to look ahead. It’s a perfect time to say:
Progress we’ve made together wouldn’t have been possible without you. Thank you!
This has been a pivotal year for our community and this organization. We’ve summarized the year’s achievements in our 2012 Report to Catalyst Fund Investors. Progress on three fronts represents unprecedented opportunity to advance the mission in 2013: solid science, opportune innovation and expanded engagement.
CFS is a devastating complex condition and our quest for effective treatments and better care certainly faces many challenges.
But we stand strong – with you at our side — prepared to meet the challenges ahead.
The Solve ME/CFS Initiative is uniquely positioned to mobilize the resources and partners needed to change the future for people living with CFS. Can we count you in?
Our work together has never been more vital and your support more crucial to continued progress. Please take a moment now to express your commitment to a world free of CFS by making a year-end gift. Every person standing with us, every gift in support of our shared mission strengthens our ability to make CFS history.
Thank you for being a force for change. Together, we are making headway!
The Solve ME/CFS Initiative is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. You can make a secure online donation. If you prefer to mail a donation, please send it to PO Box 220398, Charlotte, NC, 28222-0398. We will make every effort to process donations in the tax year in which they are made.
We recognize that the toll CFS exacts is more than physical, that most people experience some, and sometimes severe, financial consequences, too. We know that sometimes our requests for financial support reach people who are barely able to cover the basics, or must rely on the generosity of others to meet essential expenses. If you are in those circumstances, please do not allow our request for support to add to your already heavy burden. We work on your behalf.December 30, 2012