Fundraise Your Way

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Fundraise Your Way is the Lymphoma Research Foundation’s (LRF) volunteer and community fundraising program, under the Foundations' Team LRF branch. Each year, thousands of volunteers across the country turn their talents and interests into unique fundraising events to support LRF's mission of eradicating lymphoma and serving all those impacted by this blood cancer. Fundraisers can range anywhere from social events such as bake sales and parties, to endurance events like bike rides and marathons. 


Have a fundraising idea in mind but don’t know how to make it happen? Whether you’re new to fundraising or a seasoned fundraiser, the LRF staff will provide the tools and support you need to make your event a success. For more information, please contact our team at or (646) 312-5201.



Why Your Support Matters

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Team Crossfit Explode fundraiser

  • Lymphoma is the most common blood cancer in adults and the third most common cancer overall among children.

  • Every day, approximately 288 Americans are diagnosed with a type of lymphoma. 

  • Every 5 minutes someone is diagnosed with lymphoma.

  • Nearly one million Americans are living with some form of lymphoma.

  • A cure for lymphoma can only be realized through advanced cancer research.

How the Lymphoma Research Foundation Helps:

  • LRF has invested over $62 million in innovative lymphoma research since 1992.

  • LRF's research program is overseen by its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), comprised of 45 of the world’s foremost experts in lymphoma.

  • LRF's commitment to funding research conducted by early career scientists ensures the best and brightest researchers pursue a career in lymphoma research.

  • LRF assists members of the lymphoma community by providing comprehensive, disease-specific education programs and services free of charge.

  • LRF's educational programs and digital resources are accessed by more than one million people every year.


Stories From Members of the Lymphoma Community:


Juliana, Follicular Lymphoma Survivor

"A second opinion made all the difference."

Juliana's Story

Geoff, Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Survivor

"The faster research advances, the better for all of us."

Geoff's Story

Justine, Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivor

"Having HL has made me view life and the world much differently."

Justine's Story

Bruce, Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma Survivor

"It is not how you start, but how you finish that really matters."

Bruce's Story


"It's rewarding to not only give back to a Foundation that was there for me,
but in turn connect with and help others now going through the same battles I have fought."
- Jeff Iredell