#GiveUpForMigraine pledge wall
Here are the wonderful friends and family of people with migraine who are giving up something they like doing for a month and donating the money they save to help people with migraine
Pam Mowbray is giving up….
… chocolate and sweets, as “my daughter Amy gets chronic migraine”.
Simon English is giving up….
… processed sugar and sweet treats, as “I’m supporting the charity as my mum suffers from regular migraines”.
Michelle Anderson is giving up….
…chocolate, “to support my sister who has suffered for 12 years”.
Adrian Smyth is giving up….
…chocolate and cheese as “I’ve watched my wife suffer from daily migraines for 35 years and want to support your work”.
Ed English is giving up….
…chocolate, sweets, biscuits and cake as “my mum has very bad migraines all my life and I am supporting her”.
…chocolate for a month as his close friend gets migraine, “one of my best friends suffers a lot from migraines and I can only imagine what she has to go through on a day to day basis, suffering from pain and also the other effects of migraine”.
Stephen Hackett is giving up….
…chocolate for a month to show solidarity with the migraine community as he gets migraine too, “migraine is so debilitating, so much more than ‘a headache’. I sometimes feel like my head is at war with the rest of me”.
Emily Roff is giving up….
…chocolate for a month to show solidarity with the migraine community as she gets migraine too.
Frances Tunnicliffe is giving up….
…Rioja for a month as “my friend has migraine”.
Sarah Stanley is giving up….
… “my inconsistent sleep schedule”.
Clive Pilcher is giving up….
… “using my iPad and iPhone late into the evening”.