FACES Announces New Community Partners
The award winning Fibromyalgia Association Created for Education and Self-help welcomes new Community Partners.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) April 18, 2006
The Fibromyalgia Association Created for Education and Self-help [FACES] an all volunteer, grass roots, IRS tax exempt, 501 [c] 3, nonprofit association located in Chicago, Illinois welcomes the following new members of our Community Partnership Program:
FACES has joined forces with three other Alumni of the National Fibromyalgia Association’s [NFA’s] 2005 and 2006 Leaders Against Pain Conferences. . .
The Mercy Fairfield Health and Wellness Center Fibromyalgia Support Group [the Ohio Support Group] located in Cincinnati, Ohio;
Helping Our Pain and Exhaustion [H. O. P. E.] a IRS tax exempt, 501 [c] 3, nonprofit organization located in Novi, Michigan, and;
P. A.N. D.O. R.A. [Patient Alliance for Neuroendocrineimmune Disorders Organizing for Research and Advocacy], an IRS tax exempt, 501 [c] 3, nonprofit alliance in Coral Gables, Florida.
The NFA is FACES first and longest Community Partner. Joining forces with H. O. P. E. and the Ohio Support Group allows FACES the opportunity to establish a Midwestern Community Partnership Program, while partnering with P. A.N. D.O. R.A. re-fortifies our National Community Partnership Program.
FACES announces the first project of our Midwestern Community Partnership Program with H. O. P. E., and The Ohio Fibromyalgia Support Group will be a Fibromyalgia Conference scheduled for May 17-20, 2007 to be held in Chicago, Illinois in observance of Chicago Fibromyalgia Awareness Month.
“We are moving full steam ahead on planning”, reports FACES award winning President/Founder Sabrina Johnson, “and are currently recruiting volunteers to assist with planning, fundraising and grant research and writing”.
For more information and to volunteer with the 2007 Midwestern Fibromyalgia Conference, visit http://www. fibrocop. org (http://www. fibrocop. org).
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