Accelerating the pace of thoracic malignancy research and funding the next generation of lung cancer luminaries. The IASLC Foundation, LLC (IASLC Foundation) inspires hope through research.
Current Giving Opportunities
Giving Hope in Tribute
Donating to the IASLC Foundation, LLC (IASLC Foundation) is a caring way to honor a loved one whose life has been impacted by lung cancer. Your donation brings hope to the thousands of people affected by lung cancer worldwide.
Hope for new treatments.
Hope for improved opportunities.
Hope for a better tomorrow.
Donate in honor of your loved one to celebrate their lung cancer survivorship. Donate in memory of your loved one to express your condolences after they pass away. If you wish, the Foundation will notify your loved one's family of your donation on your behalf.
Lung cancer claims more lives each year than breast, colon, and prostate cancers combined, yet lung cancer receives disproportionately less government research funding per cancer death than other types of cancer. This makes the need for private support of lung cancer research critical.
You can help by donating to the IASLC Foundation, LLC (IASLC Foundation) today. Every dollar you donate supports the next generation of thoracic oncology specialists and brings hope to the thousands of people affected by lung cancer worldwide.
Through partnerships with LCFA and FreeME from Lung Cancer, the IASLC Foundation offers two-year $200,000 grants
Young Investigator Grants
For investigators who are ready to begin independent research studies, the IASLC Foundation offers numerous awards on an annual cycle, dependent on geographic region of applicant. These one-year grants are for $50,000 in research funding.
Exclusive to fellows, these grants provide $50,000 for a one-year research project. Opportunities are numerous and based on geographic region of applicant.
People who are diagnosed with lung cancer gain hope through improved treatment options resulting from scientific advances. The IASLC Foundation exists to fund innovative research that leads to scientific advances in the detection and treatment of lung cancer and other thoracic malignancies. We need your help to fund our next round of researchers and their innovative projects. Despite being the leading cause of cancer death, lung cancer receives far less government research funding than any other cancer, so research support from corporations, foundations, and individual donors is crucial.