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Running out of new ideas for fundraising? Check out our A-Z Fundraising Tips for fun suggestions like this:

B is for BBQ – Take advantage of the season! Host a barbeque at your house and ask everyone attending to make a $20 donation.

Click here for more fundraising ideas to support lupus research:http://bit.ly/AZwalktips

Like so many people with lupus, Erica Buchanan is highly motivated.  She was diagnosed with lupus while balancing a career in teaching and attending graduate school.  Erica has naturally channeled her love of education into the additional role of lupus advocate, and is a member of the ALR Multi-cultural Outreach Task Force.

San Francisco – Walk with Us to Cure Lupus on October 11 at Lake Merced:http://bit.ly/SFWalk2014

NYC - Walk with Us to Cure Lupus on October 18 at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum! Click here to register: http://bit.ly/NYCwalk14

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Alliance for Lupus Research

A message from Joseph Mauriello, ALR Board of Directors member:

Click here to make a donation to fund lupus research: http://bit.ly/ALRdonate

The ALR was honored to participate in #BGCCharityDay today. Every year, BGC Partners and Cantor Fitzgerald, in conjunction with the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund, commemorate friends and colleagues who perished on September 11, 2001 by distributing 100% of global revenues on Charity Day to the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund and dozens of charities around the world.

Thanks to BGC Partners for supporting lupus research and so many good causes. http://instagram.com/p/s0ZsQHImI8/

Los Angeles – Walk with Us to Cure Lupus on November 8 at Rose Bowl Stadium: http://bit.ly/LAwalk2014

Had a lot of fun at the NYC Walk Kickoff at SPiN Pong! We’ll see you on October 18th at the NYC Walk! http://bit.ly/NYCwalk14

Dr. Mary-Claire King, of the University of Washington in Seattle, is one of five scientists honored with the prestigious Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation award for her work in medical genetics. http://bit.ly/14Lasker

In addition to her contributions to the field of cancer and genetics, Dr. King is an ALR-funded scientist responsible for pioneering work in genetics and lupus. Read more about her work in lupus: http://bit.ly/ALRKing

Congratulations to Dr. King for her accomplishments in research, which have increased our knowledge and understanding of these diseases.

Looking for some fundraising ideas? Check out our A-Z Fundraising Tips for fun suggestions like this:

A is for Auctions – You can auction off anything like a prime parking space at work, babysitting services, lawn care, home cooked dinners, etc. 

Click here for more ideas to support lupus research: http://bit.ly/AZwalktips