Here for you.
We support people who have Vasculitis.
See how we can help you.
At The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation, we support people affected by Vasculitis. That includes people who have Vasculitis, and also the people closest to them.
So, you and your loved ones.
And while we can’t provide a diagnosis or medical support, we can provide you with information as well as emotional and practical support.
Because we know that, as hard as Vasculitis is to deal with, it can also impact on other areas of your life. And any kind of stress can cause a flare up of the condition, as well as being detrimental to your mental health. So that’s something we want to help you manage.
No matter what you’re going through, we’re here to help.
Our new online wellbeing service can give you helpful information on everything from work and legal matters to relationship and family issues; our counsellor Lizzie has helped countless people with vasculitis; or if you don’t want to try counselling, even just talking to a volunteer or sharing experiences in one of our groups can help hugely. There’s even the chance to get away for a few days’ respite at our cabin.
Whatever you’re going through, you’re not alone. We’re here for you.
See some of the support services we offer below, and if you’ve any questions, get in touch with us.
The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation (LCTF) was set up in memory of 15-year-old Lauren Currie, who tragically died in 2010 from what’s now known as Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis, a form of Vasculitis.
Lauren’s parents, Adrienne and Grant, set up the charity to raise awareness and support others suffering from Vasculitis. Her foundation now raises vital awareness in the UK. LCTF produces guidance and support materials for patients with all forms of Vasculitis, as well as providing emotional support services. And importantly, it also funds research and guidance for health professionals.
We rely on donations and the help of volunteers. If you’re able to donate, fundraise or contribute in any way it would help us continue our work.