Why support the ENDO1000 Project?
Endometriosis impacts 1 in 10 women and those assigned female at birth globally.
Endometriosis can end women’s careers.
- Women who had surgery for endometriosis were 85% more likely to be unemployed 3 years post-diagnosis
- 63% of full-time working women surveyed who had endometriosis surgery fell to 44%
- 89% of women with endometriosis surveyed noted a loss in productivity at work
Up to one third of women with endometriosis suffer from infertility.
You can help – donating or contributing to the ENDO1000 research project can have a material difference on the future of those with this disease.
Philanthropy is vital to ensuring the success of the ENDO1000 project. The research at this stage is not being supported by any of the major research funding bodies. We are actively seeking philanthropic donations to enable the project to go ahead.
If you are interested in making a contribution to ENDO1000, and having a major impact on the lives of people living with endometriosis, please email Leisa Thomas or phone her on 07850 695520 for further information.