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Dear Member,

Perhaps you have emailed or PM'd DINET with a question or you use the forum to connect with other people living with dysautonomia.  I hope the information has helped you in some way.  We are all here to try and make this all a bit easier.

PowerToHelp.thumb.jpg.135d076573fe40c72011df8d52ba53e5.jpgToday is Giving Tuesday the day that jump-starts the giving season for charities.  I'm reaching out to ask you to please donate to DINET.  Do you remember how important it was to you to be able to find someone available to answer questions, share experiences, and give you support when you needed it?  It is so important that our work continues for you and the other people living with this illness.  DINET is a nonprofit, run on the dedication of our volunteers - all of whom have dysautonomia too.

But the website, the forum, the videos, presentations, and research all take funding.  And this is a critical time for DINET.

In years passed we have relied on grants and other forms of funding so that we didn't need to ask for money from the people we support. However, current funding streams are being awarded to large organizations and large research projects, not to grassroots groups focused on day-to-day patient and caregiver support, like DINET.  But as you know, the work we do is just as important.

We know money is tight for everyone and you are most certainly dealing with medical bills and medication costs.  But whatever you can spare helps and if you can't donate, ask the people around you to in your name.  Tell them how hard this small charity works to help people like you and how little support we have to do it.  We want to continue to be there for you and the next person in need.  But we need your help to do that. We wouldn't ask if we didn’t have to. 

Please donate today. https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/1552351

Thank you for your time,

Ellen Driscoll, President Board of Directors, DINET


Donations are tax-deductible and 100% of funds raised go directly to programs and projects that support and educate patients and the medical community.  

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