FibroAction supports the Who Benefits? Campaign - Can you help?

FibroAction supports the Who Benefits? Campaign - Can you help?

FibroAction supports Who Benefits?

Share your story, change the debate: whobenefits.org.uk

Have you ever needed support from benefits because of the debilitating impact of Fibromyalgia or any other reason?

Do you recognise yourself in the media portrayals and politicians’ speeches on benefits? If not then here’s your chance to get the truth across.

FibroAction is supporting Who Benefits? Using real stories like yours, we want to show the public, journalists and politicians the reality of who needs help, why they need it and the difference that it makes.

We can’t do this without you, so please share your story and help change the debate: whobenefits.org.uk

I've shared my story, will you ?

Emma :)

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  • Thankyou Emma for this link

    I have shared my story but must admit that I now I feel quite depressed :(

    I don't mind because I'm helping the campaign and know it will passover :)

    :) xxxsianxxx :)

  • Hi Mdaisy

    I sincerely hope that you are as well as can be? I will go on and do this but I don't really fit the bill (so to speak) but I can foresee a time when I will depend on benefits when both my wife and I are too ill to work.

    Thank you for this

    Ken x

  • I told them what happened to me, I was on incapacity benefit from 2005-2007 and went back to work part time. now I need help again as my health has worsened im told no x

  • Hi Emma....I just shared my story and tweeted. It felt good to share....thanks x