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Please tell me if I inadvertently omitted any donations! Thank you so much!! This has been a labor of love, FOR SURE, but is giving us answers for numerous “invisible illnesses” — why do we share so many co-morbid conditions? Please consider donating for the treatment trials. Thank you so much!
I’ve been looking for a while. I’m wanting to set up a regular monthly payment to you of £10 BUT it will cost me nearly £10 in charges every month on top of that, if I do it through my bank because it’s classed as an ‘international payment’. Does anyone know of a way I can get round this ? I wonder if it can be done through paypal, or something ?
I also wanted to register you on easyfundraising.org.uk but they don’t deal with overseas ‘worthy causes’ yet (though it may be possible in the future they say). I looked at JustGiving but you would have had to pay a £15 monthly fee to become a recipient for that, so that was ruled out too.
Anybody got any ideas ?
You are so wonderful, Barb! It’s funny, I don’t think of you (or anyone else here, actually) as being far away! It’s so easy to forget about that pesky ocean or the different currencies we have, when we can chat most any time! 🙂
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