COUNT ME IN is a global fund-raising event from your own home on the
20th of every month of the year to support biomedical research being
carried out by the Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune
COUNT ME IN was set up by patients themselves for the millions of
people around the world suffering from diseases such as ME or CFS,
XMRV, Fibromyalgia, Atypical MS, Autism, Chronic Lyme, Gulf War Syndrome
and some cancers, who wish to donate to the WPI to support research.
Many patients cannot afford to donate lump sums, so COUNT ME IN
invites people to donate as little as £1, $1, or 1 Euro, on the 20th of each month.
Larger donations are of course welcomed if possible.
As a global group, many of us donating a little each month will amount
to a much larger donation and will show how many of us support the
work of WPI by helping them to help us.
The Whittemore Peterson Institute is a non-profit organisation that was
set up because the founders daughter, Andrea Whittemore-Goad, has Myalgic
Encephalomyelitis. Their mission is to find a cure for neuro-immune
diseases and they are leading the way in cutting edge biomedical
research into ME/CFS, XMRV, Fibromyalgia, Atypical MS, Autism, Lyme, Gulf
War Syndrome and some cancers. Read more>>