We are honored to partner with other Lyme and tick-borne disease foundations to bring events, fundraising and awareness to the Lyme community and beyond.
We also partner with leading foundations that seek wide-ranging impacts on health, education and science. As an evidence-based science organization, we are highly selective regarding organizations with whom we develop collaborative relationships that are congruent with our mission and values. If you are interested in learning how to partner with us, please contact email@example.com
The generous support of the LaureL Foundation provides support to cover overhead expenses for Bay Area Lyme Foundation.
The Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation: Inspired by Alex Cohen’s personal struggle with Lyme disease, this foundation is committed to raising awareness, advancing research and finding a cure for Lyme.
LymeDisease.org: Advocating nationally for those with Lyme.
Lymelight Foundation: Provides Lyme disease treatment grants to eligible children and young adults to raise awareness about Lyme disease.
MyLymeData: Ground-breaking patient-powered research project tracks information and progress of Lyme disease patients.
Project Lyme: Focuses on awareness and prevention and co-host of Lyme Gala in New York City with Bay Area Lyme Foundation.
Ride Out Lyme: Energetic approach to fundraising for Lyme disease via bike riding events.
There are many other important organizations and individuals making a difference in the world of Lyme. We salute our fellow warriors walking with us in the fight against Lyme and tick-borne infections:
Alex Hudson Lyme Foundation: Focused on not only advocating awareness for the Lyme community, but also raising funds for proper treatment and testing specific to MCAS (mast Cell Activation Syndrome).
Center for Lyme Action Dedicated to increasing federal funding for Lyme disease. Based in Washington, DC.
Focus on Lyme: Focus on Lyme’s mission is to improve diagnostics, treatment, prevention, and advocacy for patients suffering from Lyme and associated tick-borne diseases.
LivLyme: Children’s support and treatment. We envision a world without Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. Our mission is to provide funding for Lyme and tick-borne disease treatment and research, while delivering tick education and awareness around the globe
NatCap Lyme: The National Capital Lyme Disease Association NatCapLyme strives to improve the quality of life for people suffering from Lyme and other tick-borne diseases by offering support and disseminating information to educate and empower patients, families, healthcare workers, and the community at large
Twin Cities Lyme: Early detection and support for Minnesota Lyme-literate practitioners
We also partner with public organizations and community education providers to provide tick-bite prevention to their employees, and the communities they serve, through programs and materials