Please support our Chapter and the families fighting lupus, helping us to help others by giving a year end contribution. Your contribution of $50, $100, $250, $500, or more will ensure that together, we work towards a brighter future for all those living with lupus.
We thank you in advance for your generosity, continued financial support, and for being a part of our world. Best wishes during this Holiday season and a Happy and Healthy New Year.
Our Southside Support Group is celebrating the holiday season by hosting a festive and entertaining Breakfast with Santa, supporting families affected by lupus! Live entertainment, prizes, visit with Santa and more.
RSVP by December 1st to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Limited to 25 families
Thank you to all who attended this year's lupus empowerment summit! We truly appreciate your participation and hope you walked away with more than a few nuggets of knowledge and wisdom to help you in your health journey. If you would like to download the slideshows from each of our presenters or watch the recorded sessions, click the button below.Check Out Resources
Our newest virtual support group offering is centered around living with lupus nephritis. Register today to help build up this newest group and look forward to monthly Zoom meetings every second Thursday of the month from 7-8 PM.Register Today
You're invited to connect with the lupus community! There is never a shortage of engaging educational or social gatherings to meet your needs. Check out our calendar today and join us.Check Our Calendar
The lupus community includes people living with lupus, friends, family and supporters across Georgia. For Lupus Awareness Month, we would like to highlight some of our lupus heroes and champions.Read More
A new online self-management program designed to help people with lupus build and enhance skills in four pillars of lupus self-management: managing symptoms, managing stress, managing medications and working with their healthcare team.Give SELF a try now
EVERY 1ST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH! Register to receive call-in information and an email reminder each month
We are always on the look out for helping hands, whether at the office or at events all over Georgia. If you are interested in helping us further our mission, sign up as a volunteer today!
You work hard and take care of business—but there are times when it feels like your body is fighting against you. Lupus can be like that. Learn More.
Take Charge is a 12 week email series for people with lupus. Each week, you'll get an email from our Health Educators with tips and resources that will empower you to take charge of your health.
Our Support Network is essential to all of the Georgia Chapter’s efforts, working tirelessly to support patients, programs/events, and advocate for awareness. Learn more today!
Whether through a letter or a face-to-face meetings with elected officials, lupus activists are the vital voice on legislation and policies issues impacting people with lupus and their families. An activist’s voice can make a difference, and we invite you to share your voice today!
The GOAL project works towards a better understanding of how lupus impacts patients' lives. We want to hear from you and build the knowledge needed to transform health care and improve health outcomes. Learn more and take part.
Established in 2014, the GCLEA strives to improve the lives of Georgia residents who live with lupus as well as educate and empower our community and loved ones. Learn more today.
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