• JUVENILE ARTHRITIS AWARENESS MONTH

    July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month. That’s right, kids get arthritis. Nearly 300,000 children in America have been diagnosed with juvenile arthritis.

  • FUNDING RESEARCH TO CURE ARTHRITIS

    Your involvement enables the Arthritis National Research Foundation to fund the most promising research projects at top universities and research institutes nationwide.

  • RACING FOR A CURE

    The Racing For a Cure program is an easy way to get involved and make a meaningful contribution to a great cause. Help raise arthritis awareness with your next race!

  • 6TH STRAIGHT 4-STAR RATING

    Independent evaluator Charity Navigator has awarded ANRF it's highest 4-star rating for six years in a row. Less than 3% of the best charities in America can say that!

  • APPLY FOR AN ARTHRITIS RESEARCH GRANT

    Learn more about the types of research we fund and how to apply.

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At the Arthritis National Research Foundation we believe that research is the key to cure arthritis. With your help we can make it happen. Please make a donation or get involved today!

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WHAT OUR RESEARCHERS ARE SAYING
  • "ANRF funding was critical to my career development. I don’t know that I would have my tenure track position or if my research would get to go anywhere without ANRF support. I can't thank ANRF and their supporters enough!"

    - Yingcui Li, Ph.D., University of Connecticut Health Center
  • “Grants from ANRF were essential to the development of our research which has led to new understanding of how inflammation and the tissue destructive lesions of arthritis are caused. These findings facilitated the development of truly new methods for treatment of these diseases.”

    - Gale Granger, Ph.D., UC Irvine
  • “The award from the Arthritis National Research Foundation was my first grant for clinical research. Without their support, I would have had difficulty supporting myself during the transition from fellowship to junior faculty position and independence.”

    - Karen Costenbader, M.D, M.P.H., Brigham & Women’s Hospital
  • “The Arthritis National Research Foundation funding I received enabled me to establish myself in the field of maternal and fetal microchimerism in autoimmune disease. ANRF’s funding during my early years undoubtedly helped my career take off.”

    - Anne Stevens, M.D., Ph.D., Seattle Children's Research Institute
  • “The Arthritis National Research Foundation gave me the first research grant I ever received and their work is fundamental to the development of science and helping young people. ANRF made a huge difference in my life and research career.”

    - Salvatore Albani, M.D., Ph.D., Singapore Health Services
  • “The Arthritis National Research Foundation supported my work at a pivotal time in my career. Now, we’re at the brink of finding the specific genes that put people at risk for lupus.”

    - Betty Tsao, Ph.D., UCLA
  • “Without the Arthritis National Research Foundation, I would not have a lab at Stanford with 13 scientists and I would not be in academia!”

    - Paul J. Utz, M.D., Stanford University