There are many groups across the country that are dedicated to supporting people living with lung cancer, their family and friends, and loved ones who are no longer with us. These groups, known as advocacy groups, focus on different aspects of support and care. Each and every group is committed to helping people with lung cancer.

Learn about the support and resources they offer and join the LVNG With community.

Connect with other people living with lung cancer through the Facebook group.

GO2 Foundation
GO2 Foundation

GO2 Foundation

Two of the most widely-known nonprofit organizations supporting the lung cancer community—the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation and the Lung Cancer Alliance—have joined forces as the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer. The goal of this group is to provide information and support, to conduct research and support research funding, and provide access to treatments and care for people living with lung cancer.

Learn more about GO2 and its mission for the lung cancer community.

 

Lung Cancer Research Foundation Logo
Lung Cancer Research Foundation Logo

Lung Cancer Research Foundation

The mission of the Lung Cancer Research Foundation (LCRF) is to improve lung cancer outcomes by funding research for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure of lung cancer.

  • Free Educational Materials:
    Free resources for patient and caregiver education, community awareness, and tools for healthcare professionals to better explain a lung cancer diagnosis to patients.
  • Lung Cancer Support Line:
    Call toll free 1-844-835-4325 (Monday-Friday, 9 AM-5 PM EST) for lung cancer education, connection to national and local resources such as financial assistance, transportation assistance, support groups, and much more.

 

Lungevity Logo
Lungevity Logo

LUNGevity

LUNGevity is the nation's largest lung cancer-focused nonprofit. Their mission is to improve outcomes for people living with lung cancer. LUNGevity supports the community by funding research, empowering people living with lung cancer and their loved ones, providing education, and offering peer-to-peer and online support.

  • Lung Cancer 101:
    A guide to understanding what causes lung cancer, how it can be found, and possible treatment options.
  • Caregiver Resource Center:
    Resources for caregivers on how to take care of their loved ones and themselves.
  • Lung Cancer Education:
    Materials and resources to help learn and raise awareness about lung cancer.