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£917raised of £30,000 target by 20 supporters

    Weʼve raised £917 to fund ongoing treatments and a specialised wheelchair for Rebecca to give her a life outside of her bed, outside of her bedroom.

    Reigate, United Kingdom
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    Funded on Saturday, 25th March 2017

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    Becks is 21 today (25th November) signifying 9 years of being very poorly after having a severe reaction to the HPV vaccine which triggered the symptoms associated with very severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME or ME/CFS). As a result she has been left totally bedbound, unable to sit up and needing help with even the most basic of needs. She has to deal with unimaginable muscle fatigue and pain amongst many other symptoms including being unable to tolerate light, sound or smell. As well as that she needs a tube for her fluids and medications and has to have help with even the simplest of tasks throughout the day and night.

    It is 2 years since the MERF Team asked for your help in raising funds for a treatment not funded by the NHS. Since she started it in July 2015, she is showing some very small but positive signs; consequently, this improvement means we need to plan for the next stage.

    We are trying to get a specialised wheelchair to enable her to get out of bed, initially by laying down, then in a sitting position and eventually in a standing weight bearing position. This chair will allow Becks a life outside of her bed, outside of her bedroom and make it possible for her gradual rehabilitation. This is an opportunity that she really deserves in order to start enjoying life as she should be able to.

    Please donate today to help make this a reality for Becks.

    To find out more about Becks' fight visit our website -



    • Robert Ramagge1 year ago
      Robert Ramagge

      Robert Ramagge

      1 year ago

      Thank you to those who have managed to get us to £200 in 2 days! Early days but still a long way to go. Please share and get as many people as possible to donate. Every amount large or small really helps towards reaching our target to get Becks her ongoing treatment and a specialised wheelchair.

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    • Anonymous


      Jan 24, 2017

      Thinking of you Rebecca and I hope 2017 brings some improvement. All the best wishes from a St. Bedes school friend.


    • veronica kerslake

      veronica kerslake

      Jan 8, 2017

      I am happy to support such a worthy cause & wish Rebecca all the very best.Veronica Kerslake


    • Anonymous


      Jan 5, 2017

      Hi Rebecca I work along side your dad at maple manor hotel, he told me your story and I think your an inspiration I wish you all the best for the future xx


    • Phil Bond

      Phil Bond

      Jan 3, 2017


    • Peter


      Jan 2, 2017

      Happy New Year to you all. Pete


    • Anonymous


      Jan 1, 2017

    • Susan Skinner

      Susan Skinner

      Jan 1, 2017

      My daughter had ME as A result of Glandular Fever at a similar age as when Rebecca became ill. It was incredibly difficult as a parent so my heart goes out to Rebecca & family. Xx

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    Robert Ramagge

    Robert Ramagge

    Reigate, United Kingdom

    I am Rebecca's brother and part of the MERF team-ME Rebecca's Fight. We are a small group of family and friends coming together to raise money to help Rebecca get the treatment and ongoing support that she needs and very much deserves.

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