What we’re thankful for

The Arthritis Foundation wouldn’t be where we are without everyone who supports us. This Thanksgiving, we are highlighting some of the people who make everything possible.

We are extremely grateful for each and every one of you who has dedicated time, effort, skills and funds to ensuring a better life for the 50 million Americans living with arthritis. Thank you!

We are thankful for our volunteers (the AOII girls featured below are stellar!) and everything they do to support the Arthritis Foundation. 

AOII at the 2012 Arthritis Walk – Twin Cities.

We are very lucky to have wonderful doctors within the Upper Midwest Region who have made it their mission to help the 2.2 million people with arthritis in our four-state region alone. Below is Dr. Paul Sufka who also works with the AFUMR on the live “Ask a Doc” arthritis Q&As on Facebook.

Dr. Paul Sufka is a rheumatologist in Minnesota.

 Lastly, we can’t thank YOU enough! Everyone involved in fighting arthritis is making a difference. We wouldn’t be where we are without your loyalty and dedication. Thank you!

Arthritis Walk – Grand Forks participants gear up to fight arthritis!


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About ArthritisUMR

The Arthritis Foundation’s mission is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases. For more than 60 years we have been committed to funding the most ambitious and promising research programs and delivering life-changing programs to those already living with arthritis.
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