Endometriosis Foundation of America: ‚ÄčAn Online Patient Community

Margaret Cianci

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Before we ring in the New Year, I want to take a moment to acknowledge how strong this community is and how much we can accomplish together. This week's news of Congress doubling endometriosis research funding for 2021 is a testament to our solidarity and strength. This community came together, unlike any other, supporting each other.  
2020 is the year we made new friends. We unified our voices and prioritized social justice. We signed petitions, wrote letters, and called our congress members demanding better diagnosis and treatment options and more research funding for endometriosis. We learned how to Zoom and transitioned to telemedicine. We leaned on one another, shared our stories, and participated in virtual workshops, conferences, 5K's, webinars, and so much more.

Thank you for your incredible strength and resilience during these challenging times. We are strongest together.

I wish everyone good health and healing for this holiday season and the New Year. See you in 2021! 

In community,
Margaret Caspler Cianci
Executive Director, EndoFound


We're Almost There! 

There are only a few days left for our 200 for 200 million with endometriosis and we’d love your help to reach our goal before the new year! We are 37% of the way there and a gift from you, whether it’s $25, $50, or $500, will support those with endo this holiday season. How can you help? Share our campaign on social media, donate directly to the campaign, make a gift in honor of someone, or start your own fundraiser!

Join the Fight
Calling all Gamers!
Endofound CHarity Stream

Save the date! On January 8th, Jamie Landrum, an endometriosis patient and advocate, will host a charity stream for EndoFound with all proceeds going towards the foundation. Jamie Landrum, who voiced the game Hades, will also be giving an interview.

Watch the Stream
Reoperative Endometriosis: The Virtual Medical Conference

Why does endo return post-surgery? Our 2020 EndoFound Medical Conference, Reoperative Endometriosis, answers this question in pre-recorded videos from experts around the world. Make sure to watch the videos before our live virtual Q&A on January 16 & 17, 2021, at 11AM (EST). You will have the opportunity to ask questions to several of the speakers. Please submit your questions in advance. We want to reach as many in the patient and medical community as possible, so share with your network today! And save the date for our March 20-21, 2021 Live Global Virtual Medical Conference.

Register Today
Make an Impact in this Season of Giving!

Everything in the EndoFound shop is 10% off for the holidays. Snag your heatable plushies and custom-designed endo warriors masks today!

Browse the Shop!

It's now easier than ever to support endometriosis programs and research. Whether you shop at the new EndoFound Shop or one of our partners, place your order through Amazon Smile, or donate to EndoFound the next time you check out through PayPal. Your support changes the lives of individuals with endometriosis.

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