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Self-image. Health disparities. Caregivers. The 20th Annual Living Well with Lupus Symposium is going virtual on January 23 & 30, and expert speakers who know lupus well will discuss these topics and more! This event is FREE.
Raising awareness for lupus is a 24/7 job. Your help in increasing awareness of this disease in the Tri-State area is critical to our success. Ambassador opportunities are any opportunities that carry out the mission of the Lupus Foundation, like joining the Chapter in social media campaigns, joining a Chapter committee, and co-facilitating support groups. Learn more during our next training session!Sign up
Thank you to those who joined us at the virtual Annual Meeting on Tuesday, December 15!Watch the 2020 Annual Meeting
Ask the Experts is a series of monthly educational webinars designed to provide you with important information about living with lupus and better managing your symptoms.Catch a session
A support group is a self-help group, composed of people with lupus along with their family members and friends who gather periodically to share common concerns. People are willing to talk freely and to trust openly in the good will of the other group members.Find a group near you
Thank you to all who joined us for the virtual Walk to End Lupus Now on 10.10.20! You can still fundraise for this cause and earn incentives and prizes along the way. Every step and every dollar raised brings us one step closer to a cure!Fundraise today!
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We are pleased to report that we have received a PHL COVID-19 Fund Grant, a collaboration between the Philadelphia Foundation, the City of Philadelphia, and the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. This grant will be administered through the Guggenheim Grant-In-Aid program which was established to provide limited financial assistance for special or emergency needs for individuals with lupus.More here