Contribute Your Talents
Volunteer Your Time
To expand our impact year-round, CHAMP participant, the Association of Migraine Disorders (AMD) has created a volunteer registry database for anyone looking to make a difference in our community. If you or anyone you know would like to contribute time to better the headache disease community, simply fill out the Volunteer Registry form. You will be added to the database and any of the headache disease patient advocacy organizations may contact you as volunteer roles are needed.
There are many ways to become part of the Chronic Migraine Awareness, Inc family. Send in your artwork or poetry, help administer one of CMA’s many Facebook groups, or share your talents with the organization by emailing email@example.com. Become a member of the CMA Support Squad task group to help raise awareness and start a dialogue about chronic migraine. If you would like to contribute to CMA’s blog, please submit your writings to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a story to tell about your health journey, consider submitting it to Healthy Women by emailing email@example.com with your best pitch. Take time to read their site to get a feel for what they write about, then send a brief outline of your idea, how long you think it should be, and whether there is any art that goes with it. If possible, include examples of your previously published work. HealthyWoman commissions articles and essays on a wide range of health and wellness topics for women including headache, migraine, and cluster diseases.
In the fall of each year, the Migraine World Summit looks for volunteers to help with multiple aspects of putting on and running their spring Summit. Sign up for their emails and look for the notification each Fall.
Contribute to Remedy, a blog by U.S. Pain Foundation. Remedy aims to provide people with the support they need to thrive despite chronic pain. It features the information about promising treatments, tips and strategies for self-management, resources for coping with the emotional and social effects of pain, unique perspectives from patients, clinicians, caregivers, and much more. To submit an article idea, email firstname.lastname@example.org.