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We appreciate your contributions which make our continued grassroots advocacy possible!

All advocates for this bill are volunteers, and all advocacy efforts related to this bill are funded strictly through donations or done at the personal expense of our volunteers.

100% of your contribution will directly support our efforts to get this legislation passed and help the millions of Americans who suffer from lymphedema.  Please note, however, that we are a 501(c)4 non-profit organizations, not a 501(c)3 non-profit, and therefore your donations are not tax deductible.

Financial contributions in any amount, no matter how small, are greatly appreciated.

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Or, checks can be made payable and mailed to:
Lymphedema Advocacy Group, PO Box 1682, Carrboro, NC 27510

The Lymphedema Advocacy Group is an all-volunteer organization of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and industry partners.  Our mission is to advance lymphedema care in the United States by advocating for improved insurance coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of the disease.  For this purpose we work to increase awareness of and education about lymphedema amongst lawmakers, insurance providers and other relevant entities.  We support attempts to improve coverage at both the state and federal levels and encourage all members of the lymphedema community to become active participants in this process.
(Board member biographies can be viewed on the Advocacy Team page.)

A note about Sponsorships:

If your organization/business is interested in becoming a Supporting Sponsor, with your logo appearing on the footer of our Web site, please email us at info@LymphedemaTreatmentAct.org for more information.

Heather Ferguson's son Dylan, who has primary lymphedema, playing doctor with his stuffed animals during a three-week hospital stay for a cellulitis infection.

Heather Ferguson's son Dylan, who has primary lymphedema, playing doctor with his stuffed animals during a three-week hospital stay for a cellulitis infection.