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Our walks take place in Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Ocean City, and Wilmington. Take steps with us to find a cure!
Ever had a great event idea? Now's your chance to make it happen for a good cause!
Our annual golf and bridge tournaments help the many people living with lupus in our area.
The voices of people with lupus and their caregivers are essential for research to be meaningful and successful. If you are interested in taking part in research, there are several ways to get involved.
Meet with local politicians to encourage them to support lupus funding, take part in Lupus Awareness Month each May, and travel to D.C. each spring for the National Lupus Advocacy Summit to do your part.
We offer training at our Jenkintown, PA office 1-2 times per year.
Can't travel to Jenkintown? Consider our virtual training opportunity via webinar. Fill out this form if you are interested in setting up a training session.
Help register participants, distribute T-shirts, set up the site, and more at our Walk to End Lupus Now events. To volunteer at a walk, please fill out a form below.
Meet with state and federal legislators to ensure that funding is provided for research and educational programs. We will keep you updated on our website for upcoming advocacy efforts. In the meantime, forming a relationship with your legislator is key to getting more government funding for lupus research. Get started today at lupus.org/advocacy.
Answer telephones, prepare mailings and complete data entry. Interested? Email [email protected] with your availability. Our office is open from 9-5 Monday through Friday.
We receive many requests from local churches, universities and hospitals to distribute information about lupus and need help from volunteers to cover these events. You MUST be trained to attend a health fair on our behalf.
Facilitate a support group in your community. Leaders must be at least 21 years of age, receive the proper training, and convene their group at least 8 times per year.