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I'm walking the Tóchar Phádraig 35km pilgrimage on Reek Sunday 28th July to raise funds for ME/CFS research. My son has a severe form of ME.

Irish ME/CFS Association

The Irish ME/CFS Association is a volunteer-led organisation, run by people with Myalgic Encephalomy...

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I'm taking part in Tóchar Phádraig 35km pilgrimage walk on Sunday 28th of July 2019 from Ballintubber to the top of Croagh Patrick. I've chosen to fundraise for Irish ME/CFS Association as My 32 year old son, Kieran is bed bound (for the last two years with a severe form of ME.  I am raising much funds for research into M.E. to find effective treatment for Kieran. 
I hope you can help me by donating whatever you can. Simply click the Donate button above. You can also share my page using Share options below. 
Many Thanks.

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10-08-2019

Nerina

Well done Norman and good luck!

Thank you Nerina. It was a great challenge. Best regards to you.
13-08-2019
10.00
30-07-2019

Anonymous

Well done on the Walk Norman, doing a great job raising awareness also.

25.00
27-07-2019

Anonymous

Good luck on your walk Norman. Enjoy the day. we all so proud of you doing this challenge for ME.

50.00
18-07-2019

Shane Cannon

Enjoy the walk on the 28th. Best wishes to you and your son.

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15-07-2019

Mark Campbell

20.00
12-07-2019

Anonymous 1

15.00 Offline Donation
12-07-2019

Anonomous 2

100.00 Offline Donation
11-07-2019

Paula Martin

29-06-2019

Edna MacNamara

Fair play to you Norman, together we will see light at the end of the tunnell !!

25.00
26-06-2019

Martha

10.00

About the Cause

Irish ME/CFS Association
The Irish ME/CFS Association is a volunteer-led organisation, run by people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and their families. We work to help improve matters for those affected by ME/CFS in whatever way we feel we are able to, given our resources. Over the years we have organised meetings with international speakers and screenings of documentaries on ME/CFS in many venues around the country. We strive to raise as much awareness and understanding as possible of ...