Your donations help to provide services for people disadvantaged by ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and associated conditions.
2017 Flagship Project
Bridges and Pathways priority fundraising project is to establish the South Australian ME/CFS Fibromyalgia Clinic & Research Centre as a one stop shop to co-ordinate research and services for the one million Australians living with the physical conditions ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia.
The multi-agency multidisciplinary Centre will combine medical care and research projects that are patient centred and linked to improving patient outcomes for all Australians.
Priorities in the first 2 years will be:
- A General Practice multi-pronged management pilot.
- Research projects on the new tests and biomarkers from overseas and the private sector.
- Evaluating patient outcomes
A major priority of the Clinic is to train more providers and to help Australians meet the National Disability Insurance Scheme and Centrelink assessment criteria.
Are donations tax deductible? Yes
To donate to ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Fibromyalgia Clinic and Research Fund
BSB 805 050
Name: Bridges & Pathways
If you would like any more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
0447 133 682.
Other Fundraising opportunities are available through the GiveNow website:
Fibromyalgia Australia Support and Knowledge Fund – Donate
This fund supports Australian researchers to validate new tests and treatments; facilitate training sessions and advertising for people who are isolated and at an early stage of the illness; establish an Australia-wide Fibromyalgia phone line; and assist in setting up a Clinic to provide multidisciplinary care for people living with Fibromyalgia.
The Tracey Ash Memorial Fund – Donate
This fund was set up in memory of Tracey Ash who died at the age of 26 after a long battle with unmanaged pain and increasing weakness from living with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and the associated lack of treatments. This fund is specifically directed towards helping care providers and younger people who have no access to services under current Australian health programs and funding arrangements.
Read more about Tracey Ash
ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Clinic and Research Fund – Donate
This fund is used to improve the outcomes for people living with ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. For example, it will supplement the cost of care not covered by Medicare; improve access to various allied health and other services; and support ongoing research.
There is a strong need to establish a treatment Clinic. Your donations will also support this Clinic, which is part of a larger project working to improve services, research new tests, train providers, and distribute practice tools and information on the latest treatments.
May 12 – Australian Awareness Initiative Fibromyalgia and ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndromes and Associated Conditions Fund – Donate https://www.givenow.com.au/bridgesandpathways
This Fund works towards raising awareness and alerting both providers and consumers to the fact that, while there is not yet a cure, these illnesses can be managed and the effects can be limited if people have access to early intervention and affordable care and services. The fund also provides information to guide people through the maze of treatments and service providers.
Bridges & Pathways Institute Inc. has achieved what it has because of the generosity of donors, volunteers and funders, and we thank you for your commitment.