Thank You for Donating to the PPD/TMS Peer Network

To donate click on the Donate button in the top right of this page. This will take you to PayPal, where you can donate directly to our PayPal account. To donate via check see below.
The TMS Wiki was founded on a very simple notion of “paying it forward.” When we started the organization our desire was to provide people with a free source of information on Tension  Myositis Syndrome (TMS) written entirely by people with TMS. After all, who better to write about how to recover from TMS, then people who have already recovered and know what it takes. Donations from people like yourself help keep the website running and allows us to continue to provide free information to people struggling in pain.

Our organization is run lean and efficiently. We don’t need an exorbitant amount of money to operate. If all of our visitors donated $5 we will be able to keep our site running for the entire year. 

It is okay if you don’t donate. Afterall, donating is just one of the many ways to support our organization. We value volunteerism and participation in our programs just as highly as financial contributions. To learn about more opportunities to get involved please visit, How You Can Help.

This year please consider donating $5, $10, $20 or whatever you can to help sustain the TMS Wiki.

Thank you,

PPD/TMS Peer Network’s Leadership Team

All check donations can be sent to:

The PPD/TMS Peer Network
PO Box 1422
Brookline, MA 02446

We are trying to make it easy for people in every country to donate. Please let us know how we could make it easier for you. Send your suggestions to:
Donation Policies
In order to maintain our independence donations from practitioners are limited to $100 per year.

Where Your Donation Goes:
  • Day-to-day operations: servers, hosting, and bandwidth
  • Development of new programs such as the forum, drop-in chat, discussion groups, and in-person support groups
  • Outreach events, such as the Thank You, Dr. Sarno project, our letter writing campaign and the publication of educational brochures