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Get Inspired – TEAM OMF Events

Thank you to volunteers worldwide for hosting Team OMF FUNdraisers

For inspiration - Take a look at these Team OMF events

Ribbons Become A Family Affair

Thank you to OMF friend and support, Eimear (Ireland) who created her own fundraising campaign […]

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Parents’ Don & Betsy Gemmecke prepare to walk across England to raise money for OMF’s research

Update June 23, 2017  Don & Betsy completed their 200 mile walk, coast to coast […]

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The Conway Daily Sun: Letter to the Editor: Support finding a cure for chronic fatigue (Betsy Gemmecke raises awareness)

To the editor: Today is the 25th anniversary of the International Awareness Day for Chronic […]

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Family of Netherlands Patient Raises Money and Awareness for ME / CFS

Team OMF hero, Kelly Handjes of the Netherlands, gathered a group of family, neighbors and […]

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Help Nick Find a Way out of ME / CFS: a Bar Mitzvah Helps Raise Research Funds

Awesome 13-year-old Brent Gelick, one of our younger Team OMF heros, set a goal to […]

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A Woman’s Month Highlight: A Play Raises ME / CFS Research Funds

In March 2017, Team OMF Hero, ME activist and theater director Bobbi Ausubel, age 80, […]

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Fisch for a Cure: a Toronto ME / CFS Music Event

A dynamic group of passionate friends are hosting Fisch for a Cure, a fundraiser to […]

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Power of 1: How a 9-Year-Old Raised ME / CFS Research Funds

Inspired by her sick mother, an adorable 9-year-old girl in the Netherlands started to fundraise […]

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A Sister’s Love Leads to Action

Artist and creative designer Kristine Claghorn shared her passion for OMF with the world this […]

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