The Scleroderma Research Foundation (SRF) is the nation's leading nonprofit investor in medical research to find improved therapies and a cure for scleroderma. Our progress is entirely dependent upon charitable gifts from generous people like you.
From donating to volunteering, there are many ways to support the SRF and something everyone can do to help in the fight against scleroderma.
Including the Scleroderma Research Foundation in your estate planning guarantees your lifetime commitment to finding a cure will continue.
The SRF has achieved the highest possible rating from Charity Navigator, America's premier charity evaluator, for sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency. We are honored to be included in this short list of America's most respected nonprofit organizations.
Watch SRF board member, Bob Saget share about his connection to scleroderma and what he is doing to make a difference.
The Foundation's new 2015 Annual Report is available for download. This 13 MB PDF file features the SRF research program, currently funded projects and donor/tribute lists.
The SRF Program:
SRF Advisor Dr. Antony Rosen shares his thoughts on the value of the SRF research program and reasons for its continuing success. This two-minute video is an excerpt from his discussion on the groundbreaking work of SRF-funded investigator Dr. Hal Dietz.
Our most recent event took place on Tuesday, June 7th at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. It was a very special night of great food, wine, comedy and music which helped to raise $600,000 to help improve the quality of life for patients everywhere. It's not too late to make a difference, click here to make a donation in support of the event. Click here to view a slide show from past events.
other current events:
The SRF 2016 Spring Research Challenge matched every dollar given through April 30. We thank everyone who took part in this year's challenge! Together we raised over $150,000 which supports the ground-breaking work of Dr. Howard Chang.
The SRF offers a variety of ways to support our research program. Click here to learn more about how to: