Working together we can solve the cruel mystery of lupus and provide support and hope to all people affected by this devastating disease.
Join the Lupus Foundation of America, Kansas Chapter
Membership is available to individuals, families and health professionals. Print the membership application and mail the form along with the appropriate payment per the form's instructions.
There are Many Volunteering Opportunities! We welcome the involvement of all people who can provide help and support. Please consider the volunteer opportunities listed below.
Support Group Facilitator
Volunteers are asked to attend a one-day training session. The Facilitator oversees the group, solicits help from other group members to obtain speakers, manage a "telephone tree," and other duties deemed necessary. This is a one to three year commitment.
Support Group Co-Facilitator
Volunteers are asked to attend a one-day training session. The Co-Facilitator assists the Group Facilitator. The Co-Facilitator will also oversee the group in the event that the Facilitator can not attend. This is a one to three year commitment.
Budget & Finance Committee
The Budget & Finance Committee oversees the income and expenses of the Chapter. The committee meets on a quarterly basis. This is a one year commitment.
Public Relations Committee
The Public Relations Committee is responsible for PR for all of the Chapter's seminars, meetings, and fund-raising events. The committee meets on a quarterly basis. This is a one year commitment
The Fundraising Committee is responsible for initiating and executing fundraising activities that benefit the Lupus cause. This is a one year commitment.
These volunteers make speeches and presentations at Chapter and Community events. This is a one year commitment.
These volunteers will be responsible for planning the chapter's Advocacy Day. The goal of this group is to alert the state and federal legislatures of the importance of support for people with lupus related to access to affordable health care, medications and treatments. This campaign will also include advocating for access to lupus educational seminars and understandable, written information for people with lupus, their families, friends and their health care providers.