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Review for American Myalgic Encephalomyelitis & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Society, Whately, MA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I must start with the fact that there is a zero percent chance that I would be alive today if not for AMMES stepping in with little notice to save my life. This organization truly serves those that it states they assist.

I volunteered for a previous non-profit in another industry that I ended up finding out did not operate honestly. AMMES has been a forthright class act throughout.

I also started working with a different M.E. organization, prior to AMMES, whom I had a horrendous experience with. They lied to me and were hypocritical in their actions.

It’s tough to find a non-profit that truly operates on a shoestring budget that’s sole purpose is to serve those that it declares they represent and assist like AMMES. They claim to have a fully volunteer staff, and I honestly believe it from my personal experience.

If you’re looking for a non-profit of the highest integrity to donate to, then look no further than AMMES. They will put every ounce of your money to work to save the lives of those that have had it ripped apart from this highly debilitating disease (ME/CFS).

Sadly there are too many people that need help due to this disease and this is the one and only organization that truly helps those of us who are in a desperate need and thus have fallen through the donut holes and cracks of our nation’s support systems.

In 2015 a study compared the most common of the most physically debilitating diseases, it found ME/CFS to be the most debilitating of all of them when measured by quality of life.

If you open up and send a large donation to AMMES, I promise you that it will help many, many lives that are hanging on by a desperate thread.

Thank you for reading about my personal experience as I will sing to the rooftops about AMMES forever.
-Sully

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