It's Giving Tuesday!
Help connect the 200,000 individuals living with the incurable cancer chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) to lifesaving education and support.
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Double Your Impact on Giving Tuesday
Thank you to all the individuals who have donated and secured our matching gift of $25,000. We are excited to announce that CLL Society Founders Dr. Brian and Patricia Koffman have come forward with another matching gift of $10,000 to continue doubling your impact!
Don't miss this opportunity to get your support DOUBLED and make a key difference in the lives of those faced with chronic lymphocytic leukemia / small lymphocytic lymphoma.
Geoff Grubbs found CLL Society at just the right time in his journey with chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Almost immediately, he felt welcomed into a community that was supportive and understanding of the challenges he was facing living with an incurable and complex cancer.
CLL Society is the only place where Geoff has gotten connected to people just like him, who are living with the exact same presentation of CLL that he has. Now, Geoff co-facilitates one of CLL Society's CLL-Specific Patient and Care Partner Support Groups, where he gets to help others on their journey and learn along the way himself.
Empowering Those With CLL to Thrive.
When you make a donation, you are propelling CLL Society's vision of a world in which the entire CLL / SLL community can equitably access quality education, support, and care, to lead healthier and richer lives.
This is the foundation of our work for the CLL and SLL community. We strive to ensure all patients and care partners have the latest information on treatment and care management right at their fingertips.
From the beginning, we have said it takes a team to navigate a diagnosis of cancer. We want to be a part of your team, and we want to give you the resources to surround yourself with the strongest support system possible. With CLL-specific support groups around the nation, we are a community dedicated to supporting one another.
In 2021 we launched the CLL Society Research Program, proudly joining the fight to cure CLL. We exclusively award grants to scientists looking at persistent unmet needs in CLL.
We work tirelessly to represent the needs of those with CLL on key policy issues of access to healthcare, protection in regards to living immunocompromised, and innovation for improved treatment options.