I shall start with this: We are not entitled to good health; but happiness is our birthright. I believe in not being submissive to and not being a victim of my endometriosis.
It seems that everyone is talking about fundraising at the moment, and it’s not all good.
With the tragic death of Olive Cooke highlighting charity fundraising and other headlines around fundraising methods, aggressive fundraising tactics have been revealed and, quite rightly, called into question.
It's blogging time again and this month I'm very excited to have my first guest blogger in Emma L. Jones, an NHS orthopaedic physiotherapist in Leicester. As a patient, a clinician AND a researcher, Emma has enormous breadth of experience around endometriosis, and writes this thought-provoking and insightful account of her unique perspective on the disease.
It’s Volunteers’ Week and here at Endometriosis UK we have much to celebrate – our volunteers are second to none. We’re not the only organisation to be so fortunate though – the entire charity sector is buoyed up by an army of committed and passionate individuals.