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UK Charity Facing Funding Crisis May Have To Close

Friday 10 May 2019


From UK newspaper The Northern Echo:


John Lethbridge et al
Durham County Councillor John Lethbridge with members
of ME North East in Durham City at a previous event.

Charity facing funding crisis may have to close

By Gavin Havery
Reporter (Derwentside & Tyneside)
9th May 2019
©Copyright 2001-2019.

A CHARITY for people suffering with a devastating disease has announced it is likely to close unless it finds immediate emergency funding.

ME North East, which has served young people and adults with ME, also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, for the past 20 years has seen a number of lifeline grants cut in the past few years.

Now, ahead of international ME Awareness Day, on Saturday, May 11, the organisation, which is based in Chester-le-Street, has said it is at risk of going under.

Charity boss Jennifer Elliott said: “The current funding situation is dire. The situation is now at a stage that unless we find emergency funding to see us through to the outcome of a number of new grant applications due in autumn we may have to shut down completely.”


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