Rating: 4.89 stars 70 70 reviews
228 South Wabash Avenue Suite 700 Chicago IL 60604 USA
LUNGevity Foundation is firmly committed to making an immediate impact on increasing quality of life and survivorship of people with lung cancer by accelerating research into early detection and more effective treatments, as well as providing community, support, and education for all those affected by the disease.
Since 2002, LUNGevity has funded 115 scientific research projects at 58 institutions in 23 states. Whether we are supporting early-career scientists or established researchers, we work with top lung cancer experts to identify and fund promising and innovative research into the early detection and targeted treatment of lung cancer.
anyone impacted by lung cancer
Direct beneficiaries per year:
people impacted by lung cancer
Geographic areas served:
lung cancer research, education, information, survivorship, support, events
Research funding, education thru our comprehensive website, lung cancer 101, webinars and expert videos, Lung Cancer Support Community Message Boards, LifeLine Support Program, , online Survivor Resource Center and Caregiver Resource Center, Voices of Hope Videos, National and Regional Hope Summit survivorship conferences and a national grassroots events program.
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This is the hardest working charity I have found. For such a small group of people, they conduct dozens of walks and charitable benefits across the country in a single year. Their community outreach is so extensive. Their website and staff both help those affected with lung cancer and also for those who know someone affected by lung cancer. You can talk to someone who truly understands and that can help the body, as well as, the soul.
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