Who are we
What we are up against
Since 1990, as Australia’s leading lung health body, Lung Foundation Australia has been committed to improving the lives of Australians living with or impacted by lung disease and lung cancer. We enable life-saving research, and champion programs and services to support Australians with lung disease and lung cancer to live their best life.
1 in 3
Australians has a lung disease
leading cause of death
loved ones lost every day
HOPE THROUGH RESEARCH
Give hope today
We are proud to launch the Hope Research Fund, with the powerful pledge to raise $50 million by 2030 to fund life-changing advancements in lung disease and lung cancer research. With 45 Australian families losing a loved one to lung conditions every day, research is more important than ever. With your help, we can provide hope that has never existed before.Learn more about the Hope Research Fund
Five tips to prevent carer burnout
Carer burnout can be difficult to avoid. The demands of being a carer for someone living with lung disease or lung cancer can be exhausting. Lung Foundation Australia has composed five tips to help you look after your own physical and emotional needs while caring for a love one.
Common questions about having a lung transplant
Lung transplants are complex procedures. Understanding more about what is essential to help you feel prepared. Here, we explore the common questions you may have about a lung transplant.
Living alone with a lung disease: Navigating isolation
Living alone with a lung disease can be challenging. Breathing difficulties can make the simplest tasks impossible. You may find there are certain tasks that exacerbate your symptoms. However, there are ways to accomplish this with the right strategies and support.