Friends and supporters of FTWW, we are now a mere 5 weeks away from the third EndoMarch in Wales. FTWW is the official sponsor of this amazing event, a role which has quite significant costs attached to it. Currently, FTWW receives no formal funding; we are completely reliant upon the goodwill and donations of supporters. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Dig Deep and Donate: EndoMarch Wales needs YOUR help to happen!
‘Building support for a difficult or sensitive cause’ FTWW has featured on this month’s blog by all-Wales fundraising charity, Localgiving.com, entitled, ‘Building Support for a Difficult or Sensitive Cause’… I am sure you’d agree that it’s wonderful to see such recognition for our members’ efforts, as well as a great opportunity to raise awareness of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Featured on Localgiving Blog
Endometriosis patients throughout the UK – and that includes those WITH and WITHOUT an official diagnosis – your input is required, as a matter of urgency! As you know, FTWW has been instrumental in the setting-up of a Task & Finish group to redesign strategy for prospective / existing endo patients across Wales. Part of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Urgent Survey for Endometriosis Patients in the UK
FTWW & Cardiff University Work Together to Illustrate Symptoms of Endometriosis – 3o, January 2018. FTWW members from across Wales were proud and excited to be involved in a new and exciting method of collecting evidence around their experiences of endometriosis this week – a workshop using arts and comics to ‘draw out’ their personal stories, with […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW & Cardiff University Work Together to Illustrate Symptoms of Endometriosis
The first week of December 2017 has been a very exciting one for FTWW and endometriosis patients across Wales. Thanks to our on-going work with Welsh Government to improve strategy, our involvement in the new NICE guidelines for the condition, published in September, and the creative efforts of one of our members, Jaimee McCormack, creator of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Contributes to BBC Wales & S4C Coverage of Endometriosis
Snowdon Challenge Between 1st – 7th September, two of our biggest supporters, Heidi and Iona, will embark on the challenge of walking up Snowdon every day to raise funds for FTWW, Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales. The pair will be walking a different path each day and would welcome company – so, if […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Her Yr Wyddfa 2017 Snowdon Challenge
This week, FTWW was pleased to be invited to participate in the final ‘Endometriosis Priority Setting Workshop’ in London, facilitated by the James Lind Alliance. The JLA was originally created to redress the imbalance between scientific, pharmaceutical, and academic research/ers and the needs / interests / priorities of actual patients, carers, and practitioners. It was […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Contributes to Endometriosis Priority Setting Workshop