Dec. 06, 2017

How Your Year-End Gift Makes A Difference in the Fight Against Lupus


We are the world’s leading force dedicated to solving the mystery of lupus while providing caring support to those who suffer its brutal impact.

In everything we do, our number one priority is people living with lupus.

When you make a donation to our year-end campaign, you will:

Help Fund Smarter Research Leading to Faster Progress

Research is the key to solving the mystery of lupus and ending its brutal impact. We are the only organization that tackles lupus from every direction to identify the causes, treatment, and the means to prevent and cure this life-threatening disease. We can’t afford to wait. That’s why our patient-first research approach delivers better results to improve quality of life, so those suffering can stop waiting and start living the lives they want.

Be a Voice for All Those Impacted by Lupus

We are the leading and most trusted voice on lupus in both Washington, DC and state capitals. We work with Congress, federal agencies, and state governments to advocate for increased public and private investment in lupus research and educate policymakers about the critical needs of people with lupus and their families.

Raise Public Awareness and Understanding of Lupus

We engage support from all corners—corporations, media, celebrities and individuals like you—to coordinate the most extensive and far-reaching lupus awareness campaigns. Our goal is to educate those at risk for lupus, the general public, and health professionals about the signs and symptoms of lupus and its impact on individuals and families. We must get people with lupus diagnosed and treated earlier to prevent the long-term consequences of this disease.

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The Lupus Foundation of America is a BBB Accredited Charity

The Lupus Foundation of America is a charitable organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. Your tax-deductible donation to the Lupus Foundation of America improves the quality of life for all people affected by lupus through programs of research, education, support and advocacy.