Advocate with Us
We are the leader in stimulating federal support for lupus, generating more than $680 million for lupus research and education in the past five years. Every day we fight to ensure the government is responsive to the needs of the 1.5 million Americans living with lupus, and your voice is one of the most powerful tools we have.
The Lupus Foundation of America has been driving effective policy change to improve the lives of people affected by lupus since 1977.
in federal funding for lupus-specific programs.
of the Congressional Lupus Caucus.
lupus advocates raising their voices nationwide.
The nation's largest lupus advocacy event is back! The 2022 Digital Lupus Advocacy Summit was held virtually from June 27-29 and thousands of lupus advocates came together in an immersive, experiential, online environment to learn about the latest in lupus research, connect with other advocates, and advocate for policies to improve the lives of all people affected by lupus.Learn More
In Washington, DC and state capitals around the country, our advocates tell their stories and urge their elected officials to support policies that improve the lives of people affected by lupus.Become an Advocate
Right now, you can take action to support people living lupus - it only takes a few minutes to make an impact.
Sit down with your members of Congress at home or in Washington, DC.
Tweet or email your elected officials about important lupus policy issues.
When you tell your lupus story, you serve as a role model for others with the disease.
Working with elected officials in the House and Senate to support policies to improve the lives of people with lupus.
Ensuring agencies like the Food and Drug Administration are responsive to the needs of people affected by lupus.
Advocating for state health programs that provide compassionate care to the people who need it most.
If you need information on health insurance options, Social Security disability benefits, or resources for financial assistance, the Lupus Foundation of America can help.Contact a Health Educator