We provide support and assistance

for chronic pain patients.

Sherri Little Foundation, Inc. helps chronic pain patients with:

Grants of $1,000 or less

We provide micro-grants of $1,000 or less to chronic pain patients in Washington and Oregon states with limited financial resources for medical needs, treatments and equipment not covered by insurance. Get on our email list to be notified when next application opens.

Fibromyalgia Coaching Scholarships

We offer a “pay what you can” scholarship for three private fibromyalgia coaching sessions with a Certified Fibromyalgia Coach or Advisor. Private coaching sessions are designed to educate the patients, provide additional guidance in fibromyalgia treatment or support from someone who has been where you are.

We know what it's like to live with chronic pain.

The Sherri Little Foundation, Inc. was formed in March 2017 to honor Sherri’s dream of helping chronic pain patients get the help they need. Sherri died in July 2015 because her pain wasn’t controlled nor her illnesses treated properly.

In Sherri’s words: “This nonprofit would provide for those who suffer horrible pain—without family or other loved one(s) support—with small grants to help them through hard times.” The Sherri Little Foundation, Inc. is the organization she dreamed of.

We want to help you!

Did you know 3.1% of USA population has fibromyalgia and 2 out of 3 cases are misdiagnosed?

Fibromyalgia patiens are 10 times more likely to commit suicide due to chronic pain and you can help us support more people.


The Sherri Little Foundation, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization and your donations are tax deductible.

With your help we'll be able to continue offering grants and you'll have the satisfaction of helping others in need.

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Who was Sherri L. Little?

Tami’s words: “I had the privilege of working with Sherri as her coach for the two months prior to her passing. We talked often of her desire to change the way pain patients are treated through telling her story. She made it clear to me that she wanted her story told, even if she wasn’t here to tell it herself, and gave me permission to share this with you.


"In the days before she died, I received an email from Sherri asking if I would be willing to administer a nonprofit in the event of her death. In that email she said, 'I am frantically trying to save my life while also making plans for my possible death.” She went on to say that this nonprofit would provide “those who suffer horrible pain—without family or other loved one(s) support—with small grants to see them through hard times.' The Sherri Little Foundation, Inc. is the organization she dreamed of.”

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Who was Sherri L. Little?

Tami’s words: “I had the privilege of working with Sherri as her coach for the two months prior to her passing. We talked often of her desire to change the way pain patients are treated through telling her story. She made it clear to me that she wanted her story told, even if she wasn’t here to tell it herself, and gave me permission to share this with you.


In the days before she died, I received an email from Sherri asking if I would be willing to administer a nonprofit in the event of her death. In that email she said, “I am frantically trying to save my life while also making plans for my possible death.” She went on to say that this nonprofit would provide “those who suffer horrible pain—without family or other loved one(s) support—with small grants to see them through hard times.” The Sherri Little Foundation, Inc. is the organization she dreamed of.”

Tami Stackelhouse is a Fibromyalgia Coach and Certified Health Coach who specializes in helping women with fibromyalgia.


She provides specialized coaching and resources to help fibromyalgia  patients break free from the prison their bodies have become, restore their strength and health, and finally live the lives they’ve just been dreaming of.


Tami is the award-winning author of two books: Take Back Your Life: Find Hope and Freedom from Fibromyalgia Symptoms and Pain and The Fibromyalgia Coach: Feel Better, Change Lives, and Find Your Best Job Ever.


She is the founder of the International Fibromyalgia Coaching Institute, the host of the Fibromyalgia Podcast and the person behind the Sherri Little Foundation, Inc.