Where is the Lupus Foundation of America located?
The Lupus Foundation of America (LFA), founded in 1977, is a national voluntary health organization based in Washington, D.C., with a network of chapters, offices and support groups located in communities throughout the United States.
Is lupus taking clothing donations?
We accept donations of clothing, housewares, toys, and small appliances through our Lupus America® Household Goods Donation Program.
What does lupus Foundation do with clothing donations?
Your donations of clothing, shoes and household goods are sold by Lupus America Communities, generating revenue which is used to help fund the mission and programs run by Lupus Foundation of America.
What is the Lupus Foundation of America?
The Lupus Foundation of America works to improve the quality of life for all people affected by lupus through programs of research, education, support and advocacy.
How do I contact lupus in New York?
New York/New Jersey Visit lupuspickup.org or call 1-888-44-LUPUS (1-888-445-8787). NOTE: Due to driver availability, it may not be possible to schedule all pickups at this time. Check for pickup status in your location with the link above.
How many Americans live with lupus?
Nearly 1.5 million Americans live with lupus, a chronic illness, yet those who suffer may not “look sick”. Learn the facts about this cruel and mysterious disease and resources for managers, employees, and their family members. We’ll share essential tools and information about how you can help the Lupus Foundation of America.
What do we do to help people affected by Lupus?
We work to greatly accelerate lupus research and push scientific boundaries to improve life now for people living with lupus. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for all people affected by lupus through programs of research, education, support and advocacy. We are focused on achieving the following disease-specific outcomes: