A mother and a daughter whom have rheumatoid arthritis.

Become a Donor

Help improve lives with a giving option that fits you. All donations are tax deductible. 

Contributions to the Rheumatology Research Foundation directly impact the lives of people diagnosed with rheumatic diseases.  With support from donors, the Foundation funds research and efforts to recruit and train the next generation of rheumatologists.

Giving Isn’t Just About Money

There are many ways to show your support for patients with rheumatic disease.  No matter the size of your donation or how you give, all contributions bring us one step closer to a cure.

Join the Legacy Society

Planned giving allows an elite group of supporters to include the Foundation in their will or estate plan.

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Honor a Loved One

Honor a loved one or an outstanding rheumatologist with a personal recognition page. 

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Double Your Giving!

Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations. Most matching gift programs will match contributions dollar for dollar, and some will even double or triple the amount of your gift.  It's can be as easy as filling out a simple form. To see if your employer participates in an Employee Matching Gift Program, contact your employer directly. 

 

Purchase a Rodnan Gout Print

Explore the collection of Rodnan Commemorative Gout Prints. Proceeds support the Foundation’s education, training and research programs.

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Honor a Loved One

Create a donation page or make a gift in honor or in memory of someone you love. This is the perfect way to recognize a friend, family member, colleague, or rheumatologist.

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Memorializing a loved one with a personal donation page in lieu of flowers honors their fight with rheumatic disease.

Donations in lieu of flowers

In lieu of flowers, a donation in memory of a loved one may be given to the Rheumatology Research Foundation online at www.rheumresearch.org or sent to 2200 Lake Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA 30319.

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Rheumatologist Dr. Emily Isaacs with her patient Mary Rymell who has rheumatoid arthritis.

Foundation Facts

Get the breakdown of what the Foundation does and how it will help patients live healthier lives.

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Track Your Donation

Follow your donation as it advances research and treatment!

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University of North Carolina Rheumatologist Dr. Teresa Tarrant.

Meet the Researchers

Hear why these researchers are so passionate about unraveling the mysteries of rheumatic diseases.

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Three rheumatologists from the labs at Emory University

Pathways Newsletter

Get the latest news and updates on Foundation-funded research and training.

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Volunteer

We need your expertise and passion to make a difference in the search for a cure.

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Join the Conversation

Help raise awareness and support others. Share your story on our Facebook page.

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Give today and help transform the future for millions of people living with rheumatic disease.