The Arthritis Foundation is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to addressing the needs of people living with arthritis in the United States. There are more than 50 million adults and 300,000 children living with arthritis, the nation’s leading cause of disability. The Foundation works to provide information and resources, access to care, advancements in science and community connections. The Arthritis Foundation also publishes the magazine Arthritis Today. Through local offices nationwide, the Foundation sponsors a variety of year-round events to raise funds and create awareness, from local walks and runs to dinners, galas and other affairs. The Arthritis Foundation has contributed to arthritis research since its founding in 1948, and has invested over $470 million toward medical research into the disease In addition, the organization advocates for changes to health care policies, legislation and government-funded research to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by arthritis. The Foundation funds two patient registries, the Arthritis Internet Registry (AIR) and the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA), to help control symptoms and accelerate the search for a cure by analyzing and correlating biological data. Wikipedia

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  • Closing Session: Be a Great Team of Champions

    Three-time Super Bowl champion and NFL analyst Mark Schlereth shares his words of wisdom and inspiration to close the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 national conference. Hear him talk about what makes great teams and how to take success to significance.

  • Recognizing Our Champions Lunch Awards: Walk to Cure Arthritis

    Denver radio personality and avid Arthritis Foundation champion Murphy Huston is joined by national walk committee chair Tobie Anderson, who announces the most successful Walk to Cure Arthritis events and teams nationwide.

  • Recognizing Our Champions Lunch Awards: Marquee Events

    Denver radio personality and avid Arthritis Foundation champion Murphy Huston announces the nation’s top-earning marquee events, plus recognizes recipients of the Mountain Mover and Unsung Hero Awards.

  • Recognizing Our Champions Lunch Awards: Jingle Bell Run

    Denver radio personality and avid Arthritis Foundation champion Murphy Huston is joined by national adult honoree Joanne Helon, who announces the most successful Jingle Bell Run events and teams nationwide.

  • Recognizing Our Champions Lunch Awards: Special Events Hall of Fame

    Denver radio personality and avid Arthritis Foundation champion Murphy Huston announces the most successful special events nationwide, putting the spotlight on those that have raised the most money for our work.

  • Pathway to a Cure: Announcing Our Major Gifts Campaign

    Incoming board chair Bing Chang sets the stage for a major campaign to raise $15 million in new research funds. Then Arthritis Foundation President and CEO Ann Palmer summarizes how the “Be the One” campaign is an unprecedented opportunity for MANY to become united as ONE in this new era of scientific discovery.

  • Pathway to a Cure: Our Future

    At the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Conference of Champions, Guy Eakin, senior VP of scientific strategy, talks about four exciting initiatives we’re pursuing to make a monumental impact that will change millions of people’s lives in the years ahead. See the recap.

  • Pathway to a Cure: Our Rich History of Discoveries

    Incoming board chair Bing Chang introduces this science session at the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Conference of Champions, where you’ll learn from Guy Eakin, senior VP of scientific strategy, about our organization’s significant contributions to arthritis research through the years. See the recap.

  • Evening of Honors: Charles B. Harding Award for Distinguished Service

    The Arthritis Foundation’s Harding Award is the highest, most prestigious honor the organization bestows every year – and it’s kept secret until this special moment. In 2016, we recognized volunteer extraordinaire Colleen Ryan of Long Beach, California. Watch highlights.

  • Evening of Honors: Champion Awards to Classic Auto Show Committee & to the Lear Corporation

    The Arthritis Foundation’s Champion Award was presented to the committee of the 34-year-old Classic Auto Show & Cruise-In fundraiser in Dublin, Ohio. This new award also went to the Lear Corporation of Detroit and to the committed volunteer who brought us together, Bill Diehl. Watch highlights.

  • Evening of Honors: Champion Awards to the Rubins and to Mayro’s Milers

    The Arthritis Foundation’s Champion Award was presented to Stan and Adrienne Rubin of Los Angeles for their unwavering support of our work since 1965. This new award also went to Mayro Kanning of Cincinnati and her two longtime team captains for being a titanic trio. Watch highlights.

  • Evening of Honors: Howley Prize for Scientific Research

    See why this team – from the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology and the University of California, San Diego – was selected to receive our 2016 Lee C. Howley Prize for Arthritis Scientific Research, based on their report in the peer-reviewed journal, Science Translational Medicine.

  • Evening of Honors: Laughing With Host Matt Iseman

    Matt Iseman is a licensed physician who has rheumatoid arthritis; he’s also a comedian, actor and host of the awarding-winning reality TV show, “American Ninja Warrior.” As host of our Evening of Honors awards ceremony, Matt begins the night with some comic relief about what living with arthritis is like.

  • Our Impact: Now and in the Future

    At the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Conference of Champions, Cindy McDaniel, senior VP of consumer health and impact, reviews findings from a recent study that shows what kind of impact the organization is making on people’s lives and opportunities we have to strengthen our work.

  • Measuring Impact: What Matters to People With Arthritis

    At the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Conference of Champions, Cindy McDaniel, senior VP of consumer health and impact, reviews findings from a recent study identifying the things that matter most to the people we serve and what that means for our work going forward.

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  • Another Day, Another Yes

    This short video uses homemade video clips from across the country to show the breadth and scope of ways Arthritis Foundation volunteers, partners and staff are making an impact on people’s lives and being Champions of Yes.

  • Making An Impact

    This short video illustrates how the Arthritis Foundation’s mission programs and services have made an impact on the lives of three individuals, through advocacy, tools and resources, connecting JA families and scientific research.

  • Champion of Yes: Joanna's Story

    This short video tells the story of Joanna Helon, national adult honoree for the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Jingle Bell Run, using homemade footage and photos. Now a young mother, she was diagnosed with arthritis as a child. Soon after, Joanna and her parents got involved with the Foundation – and 2016 marks the 21st season of fundraising for her Jingle Bell Run team, Jo’s Jinglers.

  • Champion of Yes: Mariah's Story

    This short video tells the story of Mariah Aquino-Truss, national youth honoree for the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Walk to Cure Arthritis, using homemade footage and photos provided by her mother, Tory. Tory talks about the difficulties Mariah faced when first diagnosed and how the family found much needed support through the Arthritis Foundation.

  • What Makes You a Champion?

    This short video, from footage shot at 2016 Walk to Cure Arthritis events, shares the thoughts and feelings of participants on why they get involved and why they’re Champions of Yes.

  • Mayro Kanning, Champion Award Honoree

    This short video, excerpted from a longer piece from a few years ago, shows the obstacles Mayro Kanning has had to endure most of her life due to arthritis. A former national honoree for the Walk to Cure Arthritis, Mayro and her two team captains, Mike Brown and Mark Whited – of Mayro’s Milers – were honored with the Arthritis Foundation’s Champion Award at the 2016 Conference of Champions for ra...

  • The Ryan Family: Flashback to Seven Years Ago

    Colleen Ryan won the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Charles B. Harding Award for Distinguished Service, the organization’s highest annual honor. In this short video from 2009, Colleen explains what it was like to cope with the difficulties of juvenile arthritis, which affected her then 11-year-old daughter, Caitlin, and how the Arthritis Foundation became her family’s army in the fight against the d...

  • Announcing: Be the One

    The Arthritis Foundation unveils a new life-changing campaign that centers around four groundbreaking initiatives to conquer arthritis: advancing osteoarthritis treatment; conquering childhood arthritis; cultivating new rheumatologists; and improving quality of care.

  • 2017 Juvenile Arthritis Conference Location Reveal Video

    Find out where we’ll be headed in 2017 for TWO more National Juvenile Arthritis Conferences! Save the date – we hope to see you there! For more information about the JA Conference, please visit http://www.kidsgetarthritistoo.org/juvenile-arthritis-conference/ for updated information!

  • Wipe Out Gout

    When your gout flares up, you lose the things you love. The good news is, zero flares may be possible. Visit http://www.arthritis.org/wipeoutgout to learn more.

  • NFL Superbowl Champion Mark Schlereth Invites Champions of Yes to Join Him in Denver

    Three-time Superbowl champion Mark Schlereth, former NFL player for the Redskins and Broncos and now analyst for ESPN, urges Arthritis Foundation volunteers to register for the Conference of Champions before the upcoming deadline: http://www.arthritis.org/annual-meeting/

  • Let's Speak Gout

    Learn about what is occurring in your body during a gout attack to help you better manage the disease. The tools developed for Let’s Speak Gout are part of a program provided by the Arthritis Foundation for people with arthritis to enhance conversations with doctors, manage the disease and be effective self-advocates. Please visit www.arthritis.org/lets-speak-gout for more information.

  • Matt Iseman Welcomes Families to 2016 Juvenile Arthritis Conference

    Matt Iseman sends a touching welcome message to kids, teens and families at the Arthritis Foundation's 2016 Juvenile Arthritis Conference, reminding us all that together, we are stronger than arthritis.

  • Arthritis Foundation 2016 Jingle Bell Run

    Planning is underway for 2016 Jingle Bell Run fundraising events, happening nationwide during the end-of-year holiday season. See what the Jingle Bell Run is all about and get ready to jingle all the way to a cure with the Arthritis Foundation! Learn more & sign up at http://www.arthritis.org/jbr

  • FDA's Janet Woodcock Speaks to Arthritis Foundation Osteoarthritis Workshop Attendees

    Janet Woodcock, MD, director of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), addressed participants of the Arthritis Foundation’s 2016 Accelerating Osteoarthritis Clinical Trials Workshop, co-sponsored by the FDA. Dr. Woodcock told the group: “We really need to put our ingenuity and effort to work, to try and figure out how we can advance therapeu...

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