Salus Fatigue Foundation

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Salus Fatigue Foundation

The Salus Fatigue Foundation is a British patient charity based in and around Birmingham that provides support for people with ME/CFS and their family and friends.

Aims[edit | edit source]

Salus Fatigue Foundation aims to "promote and protect the good health of people who live with chronic fatigue and related conditions, their families, friends and carers in particular but not exclusively through advice, support, counselling and educational workshops".[1]

Services[edit | edit source]

Salus Fatigue Foundation offers the following services:

  • Monthly newsletter[2]
  • Monthly support groups[3]
  • Education Workshops[4]
  • Various support meetings

Research[edit | edit source]

Salus Fatigue Foundation is a professional member of the UK CFS/ME Research Collaborative. Salus is carrying out support and education work in their own specialised centre and has an ongoing research project in partnership with Staffordshire University. The charity has a research team.[5]

History[edit | edit source]

Notable people[edit | edit source]

Patrons[edit | edit source]

  • Charles Hanson
  • Anita Bhalla OBE[6]

Funding[edit | edit source]

Salus is funded by direct fundraising, as well as grants from The Big Lottery Fund, Lloyds Bank Foundation and Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust.[7] It has been a registered charity since 2010.[1] Its charity number is 1151924.[8]

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The information provided at this site is not intended to diagnose or treat any illness.
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