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Ehlers-Danlos Support UK is a registered charity supporting people who suffer from Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS).
EDS UK is here to support people who have EDS, educate those who need to learn more, and raise funds to enable further research and development.
Ehlers-Danlos Support UK Registered charity number 1157027
"The Stafford Hotel & mytaxi"
£90.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"We have donated to EDS UK this year instead of sending Christmas cards. It is a cause very close to our hearts."
The Puxty family donated
£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid
"In memory of a great colleague Mark Walker who gave me great support in my professional role. I will never forget him, his generosity of spirit and warmth."
David Sharratt donated
£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid
"In memory of Matthew, and for a cause close to our family's hearts"
Pete and Julia Morrissey donated
£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid
"In memory of Carolyn and Bill Gifford's lovely daughter Lydia."
Carolyn Renison donated
"In memory of my cousin Sue Morgan who died earlier this year."
Robert Jones donated
Natalie & Sarah EDS-UK has raised $12,651.83 so far
I'm I am pushing my dysfunctional body to its limit for Natalie & Sarah EDS-UK because EDS is under-diagnosed and misunderstood
Jessica Johnson has raised $10,333.68 so far
I'm To raise as much as possible for Jessica Johnson because they help and support me with my condition
Victoria Coady has raised $10,293.34 so far
I'm Paul,Lauren,Ben Brandon, Annette’s skydive for EDS for Victoria Coady because we want to help people suffering with EDS
Jennifer Harmon has raised $6,249.40 so far
I'm Diederik and I are riding 100 miles through London for Jennifer Harmon because this is my medicine and for EDS awareness.
Tim lammers has raised $5,282.41 so far
I'm To leave a lasting contribution for Tim lammers because I want something good to come from this tragedy
Gerry Doyle has raised $4,958.46 so far
I'm In loving memory of our brave son Gerry Doyle for Gerry Doyle because EDS had a huge impact on Gerry's short life