Our Vision: A world in which everyone living with pulmonary fibrosis has a better future

With your help we can make this happen

  • Support groups

    There are many support groups around the UK where you can get help and support and find people who are also dealing with pulmonary fibrosis. Make sure you get the support you need.

    Find a support group
  • #FightIPF Choir

    We helped to create the inspirational #FightIPF Choir singing Rachel Platten's Fight Song alongside Roche and Myleene Klass.

    Read more about the #FightIPF Choir
  • Fundraise for us!

    You can do something amazing! You can take part in a fundraising challenge, run a marathon or plan your own event to raise awareness and funds for our charity.

    Get fundraising now!

Join our Voice of the Patient Council

If you are a patient in the UK with IPF we would like to invite you to join our Voice of the Patient Council

Sign up to the Voice of the Patient Council

Here's what our fundraisers have been up to!

  • Mears Family musical night in loving memory of Tim Mears who passed away in November

    A huge thank you to Dominic Mears and family who put on an event in memory of Tim Mears; loving father, husband, brother and friend to many, who sadly passed away at the age of 58 from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

    We organised a live music event in Birmingham (with a band that I play the saxophone in) performing various well known disco/funk/pop tunes that my Dad would surely have enjoyed had he still been here. My sisters and mum also ran a very popular cake sale on the night in order to raise funds that will hopefully help to one day beat this horrendous disease.

    Dominic Mears
  • Simon Grieves & family compete in Major Series 10km race in memory of Dave Grieves

    Thank you to Simon Grieves and family who competed in the Major Series 10km race in memory of his Dad Dave Grieves who sadly passed away at the age of just 58. They have raised and incredible of £2791.25!

    Thank you to all of the people who have donated and for their support.

    Simon Grieves

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