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Membership is our main continuing source of income

Association members receive a quarterly newsletter and have information available to them on specific aspects of lupus and related autoimmune diseases, together with excellent up-to-date books and some videos for hire via the Association’s library.  The Association also runs various support groups in the South, North and North-West of the state.


Join now and receive a free information pack. Your support is vital to lupus & autoimmune disease awareness.

Membership is $15 for a family or $10 for single.

Click here to download the Lupus Tas membership form (.doc file).


Click the icon below to make a donation to Lupus Tas.


The Clifford Craig Medical Trust is pleased to announce the establishment of a Lupus Research Grant to help promote research and enquiry into this incurable  debilitating disorder.


Funds raised will remain here in Tasmania and will endeavour to research into the disease across the widest spectrum of age, gender and symptom. The Lupus Association of Tasmania and The Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust have formed this important partnership with a common aim:


“To help relieve the suffering of those affected by Lupus and to increase our understanding and knowledge about this chronic autoimmune disease.”


If you would like to help by making a donation, please click the link below and post it to either of the addresses shown.  Donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Click here to view the research donation form (.doc file).

Thank you for your support.


Registered Charity – ABN 96 163 951 956 - Donations over $2 are tax deductible.


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