The Lupus Research Institute (LRI) is pioneering discoveries to prevent, treat, and cure lupus by identifying and championing bold and novel research in this difficult disease.
We don’t receive federal funds to do this; we raise funds from people like you. And we need your help!
As a nonprofit organization [a 501(c)(3)], all contributions to the LRI are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The tax ID for the Lupus Research Institute is # 06-1565950.
Your contributions are used wisely; we send nearly 92 cents of every dollar contributed straight to the scientists in their laboratories searching for answers to lupus.
Consider helping us in one or more of the following ways. Donate, get involved, please come be a part of our race to pioneer discovery in lupus!
Join your fellow Midwesterners and give to the Lupus Research Institute. Together, we can all get the job done and make a dfference through our contributions to lupus research. You can donate online, by mail or over the phone.
Donate by mail:
National Processing Center
Lupus Research Institute
330 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY
Please include a contact name and address so that we can send you a receipt and thanks for your contribution!
Donate by phone:
Call us at 312-324-6677. For information on Estate Planning, Life Insurance, Stocks and Securities, and Tributes, call Dorey Neilinger at extension 42.
Fuel Discoveries with Every Paycheck
All military, government, and U.S. Postal Service employees can contribute through the Combined Federal Campaign.
Hold a Fundraising Event
Host a fundraising party or organize a special event to benefit the Lupus Research Institute Chicago, Midwest Division. The dividends for lupus discovery could be larger than you imagine!
Run for the Cure
Raise funds for lupus research by encouraging friends and family to sponsor you in an athletic event such as the Chicago Marathon!
"Keep your head up, stay strong and one day you too will cross the Lupus finish line!" - Florida Ironman competitor who raised funds for his little sister, who has lupus.
The more than 1.5 Americans with lupus, and the millions more worldwide and the families who care for them, deeply thank you for your help.
Along with donating, there are many ways you can get involved—and make a big difference! See ideas