Intuitive | Invisible represents a partnership between innate creative strength and supremely challenging circumstances.
Initial Fundraising Focus & Immediate Concerns
Meg Morris has been coordinating and producing most of the placeholder art for our project prototypes through her own healing process in the face of severe mold poisoning and multiple chemical sensitivity, CIRS, myalgic encephalomyelitis, digestive failure, neurotoxic inflammation, and homelessness.
We would not be able to play in this sandbox, or feel encouraged in making Invisible voices visible, if it weren’t for Meg having struggled every day to find ways to integrate our needs and wishes as she and her collaborators began to construct these ideas.
Many of us have felt nourished by her support and her determination to change the landscape of confusion and fear surrounding environmental illness.
But Meg can’t do the work that is the most natural by-product of healing her own illness… if she can’t get resources we know she needs to heal her illness.
She needs our help.
We are devoting a large portion of Intuitive Invisible’s resources now to getting Meg through this, and supporting those who are collaborating with her on these same projects, so that this healing work can continue.
As of now, unless a donor specifically requests otherwise, most donations to Intuitive Invisible art projects will be directed to helping to safeguard Meg’s media equipment and the audio-visual materials that she has accumulated for Intuitive Invisible’s community humanitarian art and awareness projects, such as Notes on Refuge.
Many stories must be showcased here — not just Meg’s — and we are working hard to make this happen. It is quite a challenging proposition, but we do not know another way to move forward than to bravely try.
We have been limited in our ability to update all the web pages to reflect this, but we are working on it. Meg is helping as much as she can, though it is very difficult for her to use her computer and media equipment post-contamination.
If you know someone who would volunteer their time to help us out, like at a soup kitchen — but digitally and remotely — please have them contact the group at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you think of another way you or someone else might be able to help, please send a message to email@example.com and one of us will pick it up.
Thank you, every one of you reading, and every one of you whose heart is with us in this challenging time.
We intend to persevere!
with great love,
Gut Media Group
including support from
Meg’s parents, Betsy and Roger,
her Aunt Joan, her extended family,
Father Jim O’Brien,
& many others
Please direct donations to:
Meg & Friends are creating
Meg’s Collaborative Recovery
You can also donate through the GoFundMe started by Meg’s family:
ME/CFS. Megan Elizabeth Morris
or through Intuitive Invisible, here:
[FIXED!!! Thank you to gracious spontaneously apparating helpers!]
Note: Our PayPal account was disabled briefly by an emergency situation, but we figured it out and are super grateful for help received. Thank you – any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
or, contact Meg’s mother Betsy at email@example.com to offer another kind of support to Meg directly.
Important note! This page is being written and updated by mostly neuro-compromised people, or people struggling through difficult illness. We may have made mistakes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with questions or alerts to adjustments we need to make. Deep thanks.
Intuitive Invisible is a collective working together — remotely and semi-anonymously — to coordinate what we believe is best expressed as a humanitarian aid project, and an urgent one.
Our hope is to turn this necessary journey into a community-nourishing adventure by establishing an ongoing broadcast documentary, complete with art, music, and other contributions from the broader community whose voice must be amplified.
This effort will raise awareness about the survivors of severe environmental illness, invisible people (those with disabilities and conditions which are unseen, under-explored, or ignored by the medical field and/or broader society) and crucial related subjects.
We plan to leverage the resources we coordinate on Meg’s behalf to provide solidarity and increased assistance to those in similar situations, both through the broadcast and with stops along the trip to — very mindfully, with great caution regarding the dangers of environmental cross-contamination, and remotely if not in the immediate vicinity — help others directly experiencing this astonishing modern crisis.
Our intent is to empower some of the sickest and most invisibly disenfranchised to use their intuitive creative strength to make art, both as healing support and to raise funds and awareness on their behalf.
This lifts up our collective voice, and will help us get more of what we need.
Intuitive Invisible is now moving forward to…
- Broadcast awareness-raising and situationally uplifting content
- Compile valuable material for coordinating with currently interested and potential future sponsors who can help drive support to our communities
- Attempt to get a 501c and become an official non-profit
- Coordinate to find safer locations for those who must leave their current one
- Provide solidarity and emotional support to those who have otherwise lost hope
- Grow something beautiful from something devastating
Immediate plans continue to develop, and will change according to the most pressing needs as we go. We already have quite a few individuals watching and rooting for us, some of them especially severely ill.
This is our first attempt at communicating what we’re doing, and more details will follow.
If you would like to see how you might be able to pitch in, please email the group at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you so much for your consideration.
Sincerely and with great intention,
We at Intuitive Invisible,
and Gut Media Group
For information about Intuitive Invisible workgroups, click here.