About Us

About Us

The Lymphoma Research Foundation was founded in 1995, and since then we’ve built a community rooted in research dedicated to eradicating lymphoma. By bringing together the promise of science and the power of people, a future without lymphoma is within our reach. Sometimes it’s an insight from a lab. Sometimes it’s a breakthrough in a clinical trial. And sometimes it’s a study that takes years to complete.

That’s why, at the Lymphoma Research Foundation, everything we do begins with scientific research and insights from the world’s leading experts. Experts for each of the more than 100 subtypes of this disease.

But that’s just the beginning. Our Foundation and our community are what transforms our research into so much more: support for a newly diagnosed patient and their family, guidance for a busy physician, or the only website with information on every type of lymphoma and every treatment option.

Research is just the beginning of what’s possible. In fact, when we combine world-class scientific research with the power of people, a future without this disease is within our reach.

Our Impact

Awarded more than $80 million in lymphoma-specific research since inception.

Served more than 3 million people through programs, support, and resources.

Lead the way in empowering patients and their loved ones to make informed decisions.

More than 20,000 volunteers across the
United States.

The Lymphoma Research Foundation’s mission is to realize the promise of science to eradicate lymphoma and serve the community touched by this disease.

Our Focus


Research is in our name—and at the heart of everything we do. Our funding, support, and people have been behind some of the most important innovations in the treatment of lymphoma. For us, research is the beginning of a cure.

Education & Support

Everyone’s lymphoma journey is unique. We are a growing community where patients and caregivers can receive in-depth information, personalized support, and human connection, all based on the most up-to-date scientific knowledge.


Lymphoma is a complicated disease with more than 100 individual subtypes. Our work has led to FDA-approved drugs, global initiatives, breakthrough clinical studies, and the establishment of Blood Cancer Awareness Month.

By bringing together the promise of science and the power of people, a future without lymphoma is within our reach. Help us accelerate the search for a cure.