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Lupus Foundation of America, Inc.

AKA LFA

Washington, DC

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Lupus Foundation of America, Inc.

Also Known As:
LFA
Physical Address:
Washington, DC 20036 4952
EIN:
43-1131436
Web URL:
www.lupus.org
Blog URL:
lfa-inc.blogspot.com/
Leadership:
Ms. Sandra Raymond
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Fiscal Year Starting: Oct 01, 2011
Fiscal Year Ending: Sep 30, 2012
Revenue
Total Revenue $14,509,470
Expenses
Total Expenses $11,745,187

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Basic Organization Information

Lupus Foundation of America, Inc.

Also Known As:
LFA
Physical Address:
Washington, DC 20036 4952
EIN:
43-1131436
Web URL:
www.lupus.org 
Blog URL:
lfa-inc.blogspot.com/ 
NTEE Category:
G Disease, Disorders, Medical Disciplines 
G11 Single Organization Support 
H Medical Research 
H11 Single Organization Support 
Ruling Year:
1978 

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Mission Statement

The Lupus Foundation of America (LFA) is the oldest and largest national nonprofit voluntary health organization focused on improving the quality of life for people with lupus. Our unique dual mission serves the ongoing needs of people affected by lupus today while leading efforts to find a cure – from care to cure!  Through the national office in Washington, DC and a nationwide network of chapters, offices, support groups and community representatives, the LFA conducts programs of research, education, and advocacy.  The LFA is leading efforts to bring national attention and resources to bear upon lupus in order to shine a light on this medically underserved disease, accelerate the pace of medical research on lupus, build support for the needs of those affected by lupus, and elevate lupus to a place of prominence on the nation’s health care agenda.

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Leadership (GuideStar ExchangeThe GuideStar Exchange allows nonprofits to regularly update key information directly to GuideStar. It provides richer and broader information about their programs, impact, finances, people and more. May, 2012)

Ms. Sandra Raymond

Term:

Since Jan 2002

Profile:

Sandra C. Raymond was named LFA President & CEO in January 2002.  She formerly served as the founding CEO of the National Osteoporosis Foundation. As a women's health advocate, Ms. Raymond is bringing national attention and resources to a significant women's health issue that is poorly understood by the public, health professionals and policy makers. She is providing strong leadership for the LFA to address the urgent need to increase the federal and private investment in lupus research, expand public and professional education on lupus, and develop constructive public policies aimed at assisting people with lupus and their families. Ms. Raymond also is interested in galvanizing an international effort on behalf of lupus research and education.

Leadership Statement:

This is an exciting time for people with lupus, their families.  We have seen historic progress in recent years, and helped lay the foundation for a new paradigm in lupus that includes increased awareness and understanding of lupus, greater investment in lupus research, and the development of new, effective, safer, and more tolerable treatments.  Accelerating medical research on lupus and engaging all relative public and private sources of support in this effort are among the LFA’s highest priorities. The LFA is aggressively conducting outreach efforts to increase public understanding of lupus through national awareness campaigns, media outreach, and online and social marketing. We are the leading voice for people with lupus advocating for expanded investment in research and education on Capitol Hill and in state capitols across the country.  Our goal is to ensure that all people affected by lupus have access to the information and services they need.  We thank our supporters, volunteers, and lupus advocates across the nation who band together to help support our efforts on behalf of all those living with lupus.



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Program: Bringing Down the Barriers - National Research Program

Budget:
$1,898,659
Category:
Medical Research
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

Research - The LFA's National Research Program is dedicated to Bringing Down the Barriers that have obstructed the forward progress of basic biomedical, clinical,  epidemiological, behavioral and translational research on Lupus.

Program Long-Term Success:

Awarded more than $3 million in research grants over the past two years, including initiatives in adult stem cell transplantation as a treatment for severe lupus.

Program Short-Term Success:

Led national efforts to increase appropriations for the National Lupus Patient Registry operated through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Fiscal Year 2008 from $1 million to $3.122 million.

Program Success Monitored by:

The LFA evaluates all of its programs through the development and analysis of qualitative and quantitative instruments. For example, the LFA uses focus groups and pre-and post tests to gather baseline and outcome data. The LFA tracks the effectiveness of programs through carefully crafted assessment tools.

Program Success Examples:

Convened the 2nd International Conference on Lupus Flares attended by physicians from around the globe, representatives of every pharmaceutical and biotechnology company developing new treatments for lupus, and representatives of the federal government.

Program: Education and Information

Budget:
$4,771,000
Category:
Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines
Population Served:
Adults

Program Description:

The LFA Education and Information program provides people with lupus and their families support, services and hope by disseminating the latest information about living and coping with lupus.  The aim of this program is to improve the diagnosis and treatment of lupus by translating medical findings into medically sound information and programs for people affected by lupus as well as the physicians and other health professionals who care for people with lupus.   LFA’s public awareness initiatives seek to increase support for lupus by raising awareness and educating the public about the impact of the disease.

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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

The Lupus Foundation of America (LFA) is leading efforts to create momentum in the field by establishing new research initiatives and implementing creative solutions to address the tough issues related to advancing the science and medicine of lupus. These initiatives include the Lupus Research Registry provided through the LFA Center for Clinical Trials Education (LFA CCTE) web site, for individuals interested in participating in future lupus clinical trials, and a Web-based service (LFA POINT program) through which physicians and clinical investigators receive uniform training on instruments used to assess disease activity in clinical studies and medical practice. The LFA is also partnering with key stakeholders from industry, government, and the scientific community to evaluate data from previous lupus clinical trials to improve the design of future studies.  We will continue to urge the federal government and industry to increase investment in lupus research, develop a full arsenal of treatments, increase public awareness, and educate our health professionals so lupus may be diagnosed and treated early.

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