You Can Make a Difference
Researchers are working tirelessly to find more effective treatments for migraine, research that would not be possible without your help. This giving season, make a difference by appealing to your loved ones and sharing your story.
Migraine is relentless, but so are we.
Fundraise for Migraine Research
A World Without Migraine
Meet people living with migraine and learn what a world without migraine would mean for them.
This is Life With MigraineIsolation, canceled plans, watching life pass by. This is life with migraine. Your donation gives people with migraine hope that researchers will find more effective treatments for migraine. Give hope today.
Picture Your Life Without MigraineWhat would your life look like without migraine?
Stolen MomentsWe asked several members of our community how migraine has impacted special moments in their lives.
Welcome to the American Migraine FoundationOur mission is to mobilize a community for patient support and advocacy, as well as drive and support impactful research that translates into advances for patients with migraine and other disabling diseases that cause severe head pain.
Raise Your Voice
Your migraine story matters. Help us put a face on migraine by sharing your migraine story on social media.
We included some thought-starters below to share on social media like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, or to text and email to your closest friends.
- Migraine is not just a headache— it’s a disabling disease that affects my work, plans and relationships. Today, I am raising money for The American Migraine Foundation to support impactful research that will lead to better treatments. Make a donation to the American Migraine Foundation to support millions of people like me.
- Can I count on you to join me in the #MoveAgainstMigraine? This disabling disease affects millions of men, women and children in the United States and we need your help. Support migraine research by donating to the American Migraine Foundation.
- 39 million Americans live with migraine. I am one of them. This disabling disease has stolen so many happy moments and opportunities from me and I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy. Donate today to support life-changing research and the fight against migraine.