Take action in the fight against cancer by getting involved with LLS.

February 4th is World Cancer Day, a global milestone designed to unite the world in the fight against cancer.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) has helped millions impacted by cancer throughout our 70-year history, funding the most promising research worldwide to advance treatments and cures and providing support and advocacy for patients. Lifesaving breakthroughs – from precision medicine to immunotherapies – have originated from LLS-funded research, and these game changing discoveries and treatment approaches are now helping patients with other cancers and diseases.

That’s why we say: Beating Cancer Is In Our Blood.

In honor of World Cancer Day, please support LLS in any way you can: Donate, Volunteer, Advocate, Participate, Educate and Share your story.


See how your support makes an impact around the world.

World Cancer Day is an important reminder that even a small action can make a big difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families.

There are so many ways that you can help bring us closer to cancer cures.


Whether a one-time donation or a recurring monthly pledge, every dollar helps. And don't forget to find out if your company offers a matching gift program.

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Beating cancer is in the blood of our volunteers who bring different experiences and passions to drive forward our mission. Learn how you can make a difference with LLS.

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Raise your voice in the fight against cancer. Help us advocate for policy changes at the state and federal level.

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Take part in our fun and invigorating fundraising campaigns, such as Team In Training, Light The Night and Pennies for Patients.

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Share Your Story

Our "Community of Heroes" shines a light on inspiring stories from patients and caregivers. Do you know a hero or are one yourself? Submit your story to LLS.

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LLS is the leading source of free blood cancer education and support. We offer one-on-one support, booklets, webcasts, videos, in-person programs and more.

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