We are The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation.
We raise awareness, fund research and provide support to Vasculitis patients in the UK.
At The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation, we support people affected by Vasculitis.
Vasculitis is an autoimmune disease. There are different types and it affects people in different ways, so can be hard to diagnose. Symptoms include weight loss, aches, pains, rashes, breathlessness and fatigue.
Don’t suffer alone. If you or someone you know has an on-going, unexplained illness we recommend you speak to your doctor about Vasculitis.
And while we can’t provide a diagnosis, we can provide you with information as well as emotional and practical support. Just like we do for hundreds of other people in Scotland and the UK.
Find out more about Vasculitis and the services we offer:
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.