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Giving Back to Move Forward

To the LFANC, moving forward means finding a cure and identifying better treatments, decreasing the time to diagnosis, expanding programs and services that directly impact the lupus community, and raising awareness of this often-misunderstood disease.

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Gift Card Drawing

The gift card fundraiser is a fun, virtual raffle drawing to start the new year off with a bang! This raffle will help us continue to provide programs of research, education, support and advocacy to the lupus community. Make your donation today to be entered into the drawing.

The more tickets you buy, the better your chance of winning one or all of the gift cards! Get your tickets today and you could be a lucky winner!

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Shop Amazon Smile

This holiday season you can support the LFANC by shopping AmazonSmile. It's easy! With every purchase you make on AmazonSmile, they will donate a portion to your charity of choice. Connect your account today!

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Giving Back to Move Forward

To the LFANC, moving forward means finding a cure and identifying better treatments, decreasing the time to diagnosis, expanding programs and services that directly impact the lupus community, and raising awareness of this often-misunderstood disease. You are moving the lupus community forward by giving back in so many ways.

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Coronavirus Update

Read the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic. The situation is still changing rapidly. As soon as we are aware of a change in recommendations we will update our information. Your local health department is the best source of risk information for your area.

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About Our Chapter

The Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter (LFANC) is part of a national force devoted to solving the cruel mystery of lupus while providing caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact. The LFANC is the only statewide lupus organization in North Carolina.

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