The Charity for Environmental Illness

Support Group

Join Us

We set up our support group as the most effective way to help people with MCS cope and start recovery. Joining not only helps you feel better but every penny goes towards keeping the charity going so we can keep helping you.

You get:  

  • Three 48 page magazines with coping and recovery tips for chemical, food and electro sensitivities (that's a bonus Christmas magazine)
  • How to start recovering: 'So You've Got MCS?'
  • Over 150 helpsheets such as toiletries, cleaning products, treatments, information for GPs
  • PenPal community
  • Discount codes to save you money on supplements and MCS and EHS things.
  • Stay Safe wallet card
  • Help with welfare and work
  • Suppliers directory for chemical, food and electro sensitivities.
  • All printed on chlorine-free paper or by email, whichever suits your sensitivities better.

 You pay:

Non UK: By email subscriptions are £23, or by post - £29 (Use the donation button on our homepage to pay, then email us)

Every penny helps us help you and goes towards things like printing, website maintenance, postage, and all the everyday costs of trying to run a charity. We don't make a profit from this; we get no external funding and we rely on subscriptions and donations to keep everything going. So if you are affected by sensitivity to chemicals in everyday products, have food intolerance or electro-sensitivity start feeling better and join us!

You can join online here, or send a cheque or international postal order payable to ‘MCS-AWARE' to: MCS-AWARE, 56 Gaping Lane, Hitchin, Herts. SG5 2JE (UK) Any questions? Email us: info 'AT' mcs-aware.org

Click here to join us and start feeling better!

 

Subscribers' comments:

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"I must say I think it is brilliant. Well done for such an informative mag." - Lyndsey McManus, Allergy UK

 

I suffer from both these conditions and am virtually housebound. I have had these conditions for approx. 22 years now, although they have gradually become more severe, and at first I could tolerate certain things that are impossible to live with now. Most people think I am a time wasting/difficult person, and I have lost a lot of my former friends because they just don't understand my condition (where is the rash, the cough, the broken bone?). However through all this I have managed to keep my optimism and hope that one day either a cure or a world recognition of this horrible illness will highlight my(our) problems." B.D.

 

"Sharing a laugh about something so profoundly difficult as MCS with someone who really understands is great. Thank you." E.D.

 

" I just sat and read your magazine. It is fantastic. Really inspiring." L.F.

 

"Thank you so much for this wonderfull magazine, it is so nice to know you are not alone." R.A.

 

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