With a legacy dating back to 1976, the Lupus Foundation of Minnesota (LFM) is celebrating its 40th year of working on behalf of those whose lives are impacted by lupus. As an independent, nonprofit charitable organization, LFM raises funds to support research focused on understanding the causes, and discovering improved treatments and a cure for the disease.
Our current four-person staff knows that we didn’t build 40 years of LFM by ourselves. Instead, we represent thousands of
donors, persons with lupus, former staff members, board members, researchers, fellows, and advocates who have poured their resources into this mission-driven organization.
Through many milestones – some of those highlighted below – we have made progress, yet we continue to work toward our vision of a world without lupus.