GET INVOLVED

WE NEED YOU

help us to help endometriosis patients in Trinidad & Tobago

Many ways to get involved

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Volunteering 

Join the TTEA's team of volunteers today and help us make a difference in the lives of endometriosis patients. You can volunteer for an event or a programme. It's enjoyable, informative and life changing. Volunteering is easy!   

Donating

Make a donation of any amount  to the TTEA today.  Your contribution is vital to the sustainability of the TTEA and its work.  Donate to a specific programme or the  organisation. Help us to improve health outcomes for endometriosis patients!

Sponsoring

Sponsor our EndoTalk programme at any school nationwide.  The EndoTalk programme seeks to raise awareness and educate secondary school students on endometriosis.  Early diagnosis and treatment are key. Help us to educate our young girls!

Informing

Become an Endometriosis Sister's Keeper today and inform  anyone who is showing the symptoms of endometriosis about endometriosis, especially girls.  Help us to do what works when it works!

This is what some of our dedicated volunteers had to say

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KATHLEEN SINANAN

"I have endometriosis. I have been in pain since I was 10 years old. I am proudly raising awareness as I hope for early diagnosis for others." 

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KANDY JOSEPH

"I have always been a girl full of high spirits but at the tender age of 15, I began experiencing excruciating pain with my menstrual cycle, causing intense suffering. 5 years later, I was diagnosed with endometriosis. My message to you is never give up on life, there is hope."

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RENEE BLENMAN

"I was officially diagnosed with endometriosis in July 2014. I had no idea what it was at that point in time. Since then I have had two lap surgeries. I just want to do whatever I can to raise awareness of this disease, especially for young girls and women."

TEAM TTEA

Team TTEA comprises a group of volunteers giving of their time and expertise to the cause. Click here to learn more about  TTEA's volunteers.

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