Something as simple as tying your shoes – for people like Carol, Jack and Paul, getting through
the basic tasks of daily life can be excruciatingly painful if not impossible. In severe forms, arthritis
can immobilize the body, adversely affect organs and require complete joint replacement. In Michigan alone, there are 2.5 million adults and 10,300 children diagnosed with arthritis.
There is no cure.

The Arthritis Foundation is the largest national non-profit organization solely dedicated to the prevention, control and cure of arthritis. The Foundation helps people improve their lives through an array of life-changing programs and services, and funds millions of dollars in research grants to find better treatments and a cure.


Support the Arthritis Foundation’s fight against arthritis
by making a tax-deductible charitable gift today.


Carol can’t remember a time when she didn’t live with chronic pain.
Click here
to learn how the Arthritis Foundation helped empower
Carol to live life to the fullest.



Jack is a fun-loving boy with a very big heart. Click here to
learn how the Arthritis Foundation helped Jack build his self-esteem
and confidence. 

 


 

Paul was living a life of pain and uncertainty. Click here to learn how
the Arthritis Foundation helped Paul find the right doctor and get an
accurate diagnosis.



Arthritis Foundation, Michigan
1050 Wilshire Dr., Ste 302
Troy, MI 48084-1564
(855) 529-2728
ww.arthritis.org/michigan