1 in 8 women in the U.S.
WILL HEAR THE WORDS
“You have breast cancer”
Like you, we know the impact that breast cancer can have, and together, we can change the trajectory of this devastating disease. Since 2007, we have provided over $1.8 million to support the best and brightest researchers working to improve the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
We seek better breast cancer outcomes by funding innovative research.
We invest early when there’s a gap in traditional research funding. Partnering with Northwestern and Rush Universities, we leverage your contribution for maximum impact.
A community of breast cancer survivors and advocates sharing a passion to improve outcomes for women and men everywhere.
Donations directly support breast cancer research in Chicago. The Lynn Sage Scholars research is focused on better prevention, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
The Lynn Sage Scholars Program was Established in Honor of Lynn Sage
by her daughters, Laura and Halee
Understanding groundbreaking research can change the trajectory of breast cancer. The Lynn Sage Foundation partners with Northwestern and Rush Universities to provide seed funding through the Lynn Sage Scholars Program.
Ways to Make An Impact
Every donation counts. We truly believe that every dollar contributed to The Lynn Sage Foundation improves lives by advancing relevant cancer research.
Join us – there is something for everyone. Participate with Team Lynn Sage, attend one of our signature social functions, or dine out during October in support of Chicago’s In Good Taste.
What makes the Lynn Sage Scholars Program different
We Don’t Simply Focus Our Efforts on Today
We believe that research is key to a better future for those affected by breast cancer. We will change the trajectory of breast cancer by funding researchers with innovative ideas.
Contributions to the Lynn Sage Scholars leverage emerging research into larger, nationally recognized grants. More importantly, their discoveries are shaping future diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
Donations received today create a ripple effect toward a cure —guiding and providing for future discoveries.