About the American Liver Foundation
Founded in 1976, the American Liver Foundation (ALF) is the nation’s largest patient advocacy organization for people living with liver disease. ALF reaches more than two million people each year with health information, education and support services via its national office, 16 U.S. divisions and an active online presence. Recognized as a trusted voice for those battling liver disease, ALF also operates a national toll-free helpline, educates patients, policymakers and the public, and provides grants to early-career investigators to find cures for all liver diseases. To date, ALF has provided more than $26 million in support to over 860 researchers. For more information about ALF, please visit www.liverfoundation.org.
Where the Money Goes
Donations to the American Liver Foundation help to improve the lives of people with liver disease in three areas: advocacy, education/support and research. Every gift makes a difference and helps us to fulfill our mission. We are committed to being the best possible stewards of donated funds and are dedicated to honor donor intent and to practice financial transparency.