Honor Your Loved One

When someone you know has been diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, many of us want to know what we can do personally to make a difference. 

At the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, we work every day to spread disease awareness, provide enhanced patient support, and increase research funding. We are able to do so because of people like you who care deeply and act quickly in the fight against pulmonary fibrosis to honor those you love and support everyone affected by pulmonary fibrosis.

Create or Donate to an Online Tribute or Memorial

Make a lasting impact in memory of someone lost to pulmonary fibrosis, or provide support and encouragement to someone who is currently fighting this disease. Created by family members and friends to share their loved one's story, Tribute Pages raise contributions to support a future without pulmonary fibrosis.

We have successfully converted to a new tribute platform. Please click here to visit our tribute site and to make donations to a specific Tribute page. If you need assistance, please contact Jake Meding at jmeding@pulmonaryfibrosis.org. LEARN MORE


Set Up a Private Tribute

When you lose someone special, it may seem that no gesture is significant enough to show what the person meant to you. But there is something you can do to honor your loved one’s memory in a meaningful way. Suggesting memorial donations be made to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation is a thoughtful way for others to pay tribute and celebrate a loved one’s life.  To set up a private tribute contribution, please contact Jake Meding at jmeding@pulmonaryfibrosis.org or call 312.854.2627. READ MORE 


Celebrate a Loved One Through A Lifetime Event

Turn your next special event into a party with a purpose by honoring a loved one and supporting the pulmonary fibrosis community. Whether you are celebrating a birthday, wedding, bar/bat mitzvah or anniversary, funds raised through your event support enhanced patient services and research for a cure. READ MORE

Please note: For tax years beginning in 2020, the CARES Act allows that eligible taxpayers are entitled to an above-the-line deduction of up to $300 for qualified charitable contributions. An eligible taxpayer is an individual who did not elect to itemize deductions (to file Schedule A as part of their Form 1040). A qualified charitable contribution is a cash contribution to a public charity.  Please consult your tax advisor for further information. Thank you for your support of the pulmonary fibrosis community. 


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