We’re excited to announce that as part of Lyme Awareness Month, we’re looking for volunteers to organise awareness raising and fundraising ‘Lymewalks’ in their communities during May 2019.
What are Lymewalks?
These are walks of any size and type that aim to raise the profile of Lyme disease among family, friends and community, and to raise money towards research into reliable diagnosis and treatment on the NHS for every UK patient.
Who can take part?
Your Lymewalk could be an individual challenge or trek. It could be just a countryside walk with a small group of friends and family.
Or you may choose to organise a larger Lymewalk, inviting other members of the community to take part.
It’s up to you!
We understand that if you’re suffering from the effects of Lyme disease, you may be not be able to take on a physical challenge. But you may have willing family and friends!
And if you’ve come out the other side of the disease, this is a great way to show your support for those still “in the trenches”.
How can I get involved?
If you fancy taking on a Lymewalk challenge of any scale, visit our Lymewalks webpage for more information.
Or call Rosie Milsom, Fundraising Manager on 01630 620 523, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.