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Thank you so much for your consideration of a donation to the Lung Transplant Foundation. Your gift will help us to provide patients, family members, and caregivers much-needed educational information and help to keep them connected with one another through a worldwide network. We are immensely pleased that you have decided to join us in the battle today; every dollar you contribute brings us closer in the race against time to extend or save a life.
You can choose to make a general donation, but also, if you wish, you may designate a gift in memory of someone, or in honor of someone special, or to commemorate a special event such as a birth, graduation, bar/bat mitzvah, wedding, birthday, anniversary, or other special occasion.
Whatever amount you decide to give, you are helping to make possible the delivery of vital patient support programs. Be assured that you will have profound gratitude from all those who will be helped.
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Donate By Mail
Download our Donation Form and mail it today with your donation to the following address:
Lung Transplant Foundation
P.O. Box 33126
Raleigh, NC 27636-3126
NOTE: Make checks payable to the Lung Transplant Foundation
If you would like to make a donation in honor or memory of someone and would like an acknowledgement sent to them, letting them know the gift has been given, please fill out the Tribute portion of the Donation Form and mail it in with your donation.
HOW YOUR DONATIONS HELP
Here is how we use your money in each of the Foundation’s areas of concentration:
Research – To develop, initiate, and support research efforts on issues surrounding lung transplantation, and to find treatments and ultimately a solution for rejection and other such situations:
› To implement strategies to promote increased government funding of lung transplant research by the National Institutes of Health and other federal agencies
Patient Support – To build the LTF to serve all people affected by lung transplantation:
- › To build the LTF Patient and Caregiver Network.
- › To deliver support programs to all patients and families.
- › To plan, organize, and conduct Patient Conferences.
Information And Education – To develop publications for health professionals, patients, caregivers, and the public.
- › To educate physicians about the diagnosis and treatment of issues surrounding lung transplantation, such as chronic rejection.
- › To develop and disseminate educational materials to patients and caregivers.
- › To design and deliver innovative national awareness campaigns to educate the public.
Advocacy – To advocate for constructive public policies that support lung transplant patients and their families.
- › To develop the outreach of the LTF advocacy network to secure urgently needed increases in funding for research and education programs.
- › To educate policymakers about the critical needs of lung transplant patients, their families, and caregivers.
- › To collaborate with state and federal policymakers to establish programs for lung transplant patients.