Our Mission

Our Mission

The Lyme Treatment Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization that was started to help people of all ages, across the United States fund diagnostic testing and treatment for Lyme disease and co-infections. 


Our goal is to provide grants to those in need to help pay for blood tests and treatment for Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.


Lyme disease and the associated co-infections can be devastating both physically and financially and our goal is to help those who are suffering get an accurate blood test, so that they may receive a proper diagnosis and appropriate treatment from a Lyme specialist.


Testing for Lyme disease is not 100% accurate, and many with Lyme disease do not test positive with the typical blood tests given in a doctor’s office. Without a positive blood test, doctors are unable to treat these patients. Many suffer for years before being referred to a Lyme specialist for private testing and treatment. 


While these private labs are much more accurate, they are also very costly and many cannot afford to get a proper diagnosis and appropriate treatment on their own. 


Our goal at the Lyme Treatment Foundation is to help fund diagnostic testing and treatment for as many as possible, so that those suffering with Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses may go on to live healthy, happy and fulfilling lives.


Please consider donating. Many are in need of life saving treatment. Many more are unable to work, raise their families or go to school because of this debilitating disease and they all need our help! 


Thank you for your generosity and support. Let's achieve our goal of Lyme treatment for all! 


Lyme Treatment Foundation

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Giving Tuesday 2019 is coming up! Donate this December 3, 2019 and support those with Lyme disease!

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Donate, share and make a difference! Here's to Lyme treatment for all! 

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Foundation Features 2019

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LTF was featured on the TOUCHED BY LYME blog post at Lymedisease.org in August, 2019. Check out the feature below!

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LTF was featured on the Lyme Stats website. Check out lymestats.org for statistics and information on Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.

Help a Lyme patient, start a fundraiser

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Fundraise on behalf of Lyme Treatment Foundation

Make a difference and help those in need! Start your own fundraising campaign today!  

Fall 2019 Lyme Disease Treatment Grants

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A huge thank you to our generous donors for making this possible! 

Our first ever grant recipients have been notified! Subscribe below to be the first to know about future grant application openings and all things Lyme Treatment Foundation! 

Support LTF on Amazon Smile

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We are now a part of Amazon Smile! We would be honored if you chose our organization to support!

Amazon Smile donates 0.5% of eligible purchases to your favorite charity.


All you have to do is login to Amazon Smile, at smile.amazon.com and choose Lyme Treatment Foundation, Inc. and 0.5% of purchases will be donated to our organization! 

Read Our Founder's Story

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Wendy's Story

Read our founder's story about how she and her husband both contracted Lyme disease and bartonella while hiking in Vermont and why she started the Lyme Treatment Foundation. 

View Photos from Past Events

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LTF EVENTS

We'd love to meet you at our next event! Subscribe at the bottom of this page to be the first to know about future events and all things Lyme Treatment Foundation! 

Help Lyme Treatment Foundation today!

Your generous gift will help those in need of Lyme disease and tick-borne illness treatment. Together, we can make a difference! Thank you for your donation.

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The Lyme Treatment Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and donations are tax-deductible. Tax ID: #83-1423577. Thank you for your support.

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