Have you ever wondered “What can I do to help?” upon learning that a friend, family member, colleague or neighbor has been diagnosed with cancer? You are not alone. This is the most common question we hear.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society advocates on behalf of patients, serves patients, funds research and raises money to accomplish all of these things.
So, how can you help?
Do you have a group of friends and family who would join you in walking for the LLS mission? Form a Light The Night team and fundraise for one of our Indiana Walks. Click here to learn more about Light The Night.
Are you a teacher, school staff or have a child that attends elementary, middle or high school? Learn how to get your school involved with our Student Series by clicking here.
Is running a half marathon or marathon, or completing a triathlon or 100 mile bike ride on your bucket list? Click here to learn how you can combine your personal athletic goals with fundraising for a cure as part of Team In Training.
Are you a community leader? Are you someone who is enthusiastic, competitive, and has a track record of success in business? Click here to learn more about becoming a candidate for Man & Woman of the Year, a ten-week fundraising competition.
Our dedicated community volunteers are the heart and soul of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Help us help people with blood cancer and their families and you, too, can make a difference.