NPF In Your Area: Los Angeles Division
Painful, disabling, uncomfortable and embarrassing: Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis impact the lives of millions of Americans. Approximately 99,000 people in Los Angeles have psoriasis and up to 30,000 have psoriatic arthritis. For these Angelenos and everyone else across the U.S. struggling with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis, we must find a cure.
The priority of the National Psoriasis Foundation Los Angeles Division is to give people the information and services they need to take control of their psoriasis and/or psoriatic arthritis, while increasing research to find a cure. If you or someone you love is affected by psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis, join us to stop these devastating diseases.
||Inaugural National Psoriasis Foundation Volunteer and Donor Reception. RSVP »
||Thank our supporters, highlight the future of psoriatic disease research and share the new events planned for Los Angeles
||Thursday, March 12th from 6:30pm TO 9:00pm
||The Hard Rock Cafe Universal City Center
1000 Universal Studios Blvd
Universal City, CA 91608
Are you looking for an opportunity to help change the lives of 99,000 Angelenos? Here is your chance to make a difference. The NPF Los Angeles Division Board has leadership opportunities that allows you to connect with other patients and caregivers; all while helping raise critical awareness and money to help fund psoriasis reseach. We have various opportunies for you to lead activities and events around Los Angeles. Please contact Michael White for more information.
The CONNECT kit is the National Psoriasis Foundation's newest tool for health care providers to help them best care for their patients with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Contact Michael White for more information.
We're looking for dedicated volunteers to help with events, serve on our local leadership committee, and advocate for a cure.
Ready to change lives? Contact us to volunteer »
Make a Donation
Support the Los Angeles Division with a donation. Your generosity will help us improve the lives of the thousands of Angelenos living with psoriasis and/or psoriatic arthritis.