Help Us Spread More Love and Support

Dear Community,

As we approach the end of 2023, we are filled with gratitude for the incredible journey has taken over the years. From its humble beginnings to the impactful organisation it is today, has become a beacon of hope and support for those affected by Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy (DCM). We are reaching out to you, our cherished community, during this joyous season with an exciting opportunity to make a lasting impact.

This year has been a pivotal one for, marking the initiation of our donation drive. As we stand at the crossroads of our development, we recognise the need to expand our reach globally, ensuring that we can continue to provide crucial support and raise awareness about DCM. With growth comes increased operational costs, and it is through your generosity that we can sustain and elevate our efforts.

Our Support Group on Facebook has flourished, now comprising over 3000 members—individuals who inspire us daily with their resilience and strength. This community is the heart and soul of, and we are immensely grateful for the bonds that have been formed and the stories that have been shared.

As we reflect on the milestones of the past year, we invite you to join us in making the future even brighter. By contributing as little as £1 a month, each of you can play a vital role in realising our goals for the upcoming year. You can click here to setup your monthly donations and don’t forget to click on the “monthly” button at the top of the donation box. They will go a long way in making sustainable, enabling us to increase awareness, participate more actively in research initiatives, and cater better to the needs of our community.

We understand that this season is a time for giving, and we are reaching out with a humble request for your support. Your commitment, no matter how small, will make a significant difference in the lives of those affected by DCM. Let’s come together to make Myelopathy matter, to ensure that the spirit of giving extends far beyond the festive season.

With heartfelt appreciation,

Iwan Sadler