January 2010 Event Notice

 
Rocky Mountain CFIDS/FMS Association (RMCFA)
 
01/16/2010 Event
DVD Lecture
Dr. Paul Cheney --
Oxidative Stress

General Event Notes

2009 Holiday Surprise!

We need your HELP
 
Greetings!
If you have CFS (or significant fatigue with Fibromyalgia) and if you can gather big ideas (and a few detailed information nuggets) while letting unfamiliar technical terms slide by, please join us for Saturday's meeting...
 
Read details on the event page, and feel free to e-mail me any questions or comments.   
 
Tim Smith, RMCFA President

 
Next Event:
 

Paul Cheney, M.D., Ph.D. via DVD/Video:

in an April 2009 Lecture about Oxidative Stress, 

January 16, 1-4 PM at National Jewish Health 

  

DVD Title:  CFS:  Is Oxygen the Problem and Why?
                       with a Four-Part Treatment Protocol.
 
 
For detailed information about the event, see our Event Page

General Notes regarding RMCFA events ...

  • Visitors are always welcome.  Reservations are not needed.
  • Unless otherwise clearly noted, events are free to attend.
  • To confirm meeting plans, always feel free to call our message line anytime, day or night:  303-4-CFS-FMS (303-423-7367).
  • Except for special occasions (like THIS ONE, from 1 to 4 pm), NJHmeetings are held from 1 to 3 pm in Heitler Hall at National Jewish Health (NJH), 1400 Jackson Street, in Denver, on the SouthWest corner of Colorado Blvd and Colfax Ave. 
  • Perfumes and other scented products are not allowed at NJH.
  • Marketing of products or services is not allowed.
  • RMCFA does not endorse any product, service, test or treatment. For medical advice, please consult your doctor.

More About RMCFA

2009 Holiday Surprise!

Thanks to all who donated funds in 2009!  Year-end donors contributed an astounding 55% of total funds donated in 2009, reversed an expected deficit year into a surplus year, and shattered my prediction we'd have a large deficit this year.  Thanks for proving my prediction wrong!
 
FYI, 2009 funding came from less than 6% of our contact list, and volunteers comprise just over 2% of our contact list.  Imagine what RMCFA might be able to do with more volunteers and financial donors!  We know many cannot afford to donate funds and are unable to donate time and energy.  Hence we operate as a charity providing services free to all.  Yet if you are able, please consider donating funds and/or talent in 2010.  Such donations are the difference between thriving or faltering.
 
To our funding donors:  The RMCFA Board and Volunteers (who themselves donated 21% of 2009 funds) are encouraged by the your generosity.  Indeed, you both enable and encourage us to keep functioning.   Thanks for your support.
 
Tim Smith, RMCFA President 

RMCFA needs your HELP ...

Newsletter Help is needed to enable Newsletter continuation.
 
  • RMCFA launched a new edition of a Newsletter in 2009.  At our eNews Archive page, see various recent newsletters (in the table) and older newsletters (at the bottom).
  • Volunteer editors, book reviewers, content providers, etc. are needed to continue the newsletter.  Please submit offers to help or content to news@rmcfa.org.

Online Service Help is needed to maintain the website and prepare e-mails.  If you are talented in this area, please contact Tim at link@rmcfa.org.

Your donations make our work possible, and are tax deductible as for other charities.  Please

  • click here to donate online using PayPal,
  • mail any checks to RMCFA at the address below, or
  • donate at any of our events.

If you are interested in volunteering, or you have ideas about services you'd like to see RMCFA provide, please

  • contact Tim at link@rmcfa.org or 303-4-CFS-FMS (303-423-7367).
  • If you have special interests and/or skills to offer, please so indicate.

Thanks for your support!

RMCFA Donation Page


 
 
Rocky Mountain CFIDS/FMS Association
303-4-CFS-FMS  (303-423-7367)

2160 S Sherman Street
Denver, Colorado 80210
link@rmcfa.org

 

 


 

 


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