Grace Charity for ME

Contact: Catherine and John Ashenfelter
Address: 20 Dickens Close, Langley, Maidstone, Kent, ME17 1TB

The Grace Charity for M.E. is based in Kent, England. We were approved for charity status in November 2006, and are based on Christian prayer. However, we want to help M.E. sufferers of any faith, or of no faith at all.

The charity has been set up as a thank you to God for the miraculous healing of Catherine Ashenfelter on July 3rd 1997 after suffering from M.E. for almost twenty years.


Kent ME Network

Telephone: 07753 469121

Kent ME Network offers Meet Ups at a private house in Maidstone. These informal gatherings offer a chance to meet and talk with others whose lives have been affected by the condition. A small ME literature-related library is also available via these meetings.


Kent and Sussex Alternative ME Group

Contact: Joy Birdsey, Chairman
Address: 12 Lapwing Road, Isle of Grain, Rochester, Kent, ME3 OEB
Telephone: 01634 270425


North Kent ME & Fibro Family

Facebook: North Kent ME and Fibro Family (this is a closed group, you will have to ask to join).

Established in March 2017, the group was set up to support all those living with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) and Fibromyalgia in the North Kent and Medway area.

We have a number of goals but the number one goal is to make a positive impact on those dealing with either M.E. or Fibromyalgia.

We have monthly meetings, socials, trips away as well as invited guest speakers. Most of the event details are kept on our website and updated regularly.


Sussex and Kent ME/CFS Society

Address: PO Box 309, Brighton, BN50 9FR
Telephone: 01273 674828

The Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society is a registered charity that informs, supports and represents those affected by Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME) or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) across Sussex and Kent.

The role of the Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society remains profoundly important informing, supporting and representing patients. Services include help-lines, newsletters, meetings, Egroup, library and special interest groups etc.

The charity keeps in contact with support agencies and medical professionals and has eminent doctors as advisors. We also enjoy the support of a number of patrons including MPs that work in the interests of ME/CFS patients.