How You Can Light It Red


Light it Red for Lymphoma makes lymphoma visible by lighting buildings and landmarks across the world in red. You can Light it Red for Lymphoma too by:

• Wear red on World Lymphoma Awareness Day (September 15) and share photos on social media with #LightItRed
• Using a custom LIR background during meetings on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts, or other video conference platforms
• Visit Light it Red for Lymphoma Lighting Partners in your area, take a photo, and share it on social media using #LightItRed
• Make lawn signs (Download Light It Red for Lymphoma branding here)
• Download an LIR Selfie Sign, take a picture, and post it on social media with #LightItRed
• Make a gift on LRF’s BCAM Giving Day (September 15) to help further our mission
• Join our community by attending an education program or fundraising event during September (View LRF’s full events calendar here)

LIGHTING PARTNERS#lighting-partners

Thank you to all the buildings, landmarks, bridges, and monuments that have committed to Light it Red For Lymphoma! All locations will light up on September 15, 2023, World Lymphoma Awareness Day (unless noted otherwise).

International Partners

Wiener Riesenrad Ferris Wheel – Vienna, Austria

TELUS Spark Science Center – Calgary, Alberta/Canada

City of Lethbridge City Hall – Lethbridge, Alberta/Canada (9/14/2023)

Bastion – Nanaimo, British Columbia/Canada

Vancouver City Hall – Vancouver, British Columbia/Canada

Sails of Light – Vancouver, Alberta/ Canada (9/1/2023)

BC Place – Vancouver, Alberta/ Canada

Calgary Tower – Vancouver, Alberta/Canada

Oakville Town Hall – Oakville, Ontario/Canada

Peace Bridge – Fort Erie, Ontario/Canada (9/14/2023)

CN Tower – Toronto, Canada

Niagara Falls – Niagara Falls

National Partners

JL Tower – Anchorage, AK (9/3-9/9/2023)

Tuscaloosa City Hall – Tuscaloosa, AL

Tuscaloosa Intermodal Facility – Tuscaloosa, AL

Fountain Lights at Alberta Park – Tuscaloosa, AL

Big Dam Bridge – Little Rock, AR

Junction Bridge – Little Rock, AR

Main Street Bridge – Little Rock, AR (9/16/2023)

Union Plaza – Little Rock, AR

Mayo Clinic Hospital Phoenix – Phoenix, AZ

Moreno Valley City Hall ‘M’ – Moreno Valley, CA (9/14/2023)

Ziggurat Building – Fort Lauderdale, FL

Mayo Clinic Hospital Florida – Jacksonville, FL

The Breakers – Palm Beach, FL

MLK Bridge – Fort Wayne, IN (9/16-9/17/2023)

Indianapolis Power & Light Company Building – Indianapolis, IN (9/13-9/14/2023)

Zakim Bridge – Boston, MD (9/13/2023)

Longfellow Bridge – Boston, MA (9/13/2023)

Fore River Bridge – Quincy, MA (9/13/2023)

Burns Bridge – Worcester, MA (9/13/2023)

City Hall of Baltimore – Baltimore, MD

France Avenue Lights – Edina, MN (9/5-9/7/2023)

Mayo Clinic – Rochester, MN

I-35W St. Anthony Falls Bridge – Minneapolis, MN (9/14/2023)

Union Station – Kansas City, MO (9/14/2023)

PECO Crown Lights – Philadelphia, PA

Terminal Tower – Cleveland, OH

SkyDance Bridge – Oklahoma City, OK (9/13/2023)

Union Street Pedestrian Bridge – Salem, OR (9/13-9/18/2023)

Sakonnet River Bridge – Providence, RI

Main Street Square – Rapid City, SD

Houston City Hall – Houston, TX

Alamo Quarry Market Smokestacks San Antonio Texas – San Antonio, TX

Valley Medical Center – Renton, WA

Mitchell Park Horticulture Conservatory – Milwaukee, WI


Blood Cancer Awareness Month and World Lymphoma Awareness Day is the perfect time to come together in support of the lymphoma community – and the perfect way to raise funds to support life-saving research during the month of September!


The 2023 Annual Gala on September 28, 2023 will bring together leaders from across the lymphoma community to raise vital funds to support LRF’s mission to eradicate lymphoma and serve those touched by this disease. 


September 15, 2023, is the first-ever LRF Giving Day — celebrating the entire lymphoma community and all we make possible together. By making a gift on Giving Day, you can help power research breakthroughs that cure blood cancers and directly support cancer patients in need.


Sending a letter to your local newspaper editor is a simple and effective way to raise awareness during Blood Cancer Awareness Month and educate readers about lymphoma/CLL and policy issues that are most important to the cancer community and LRF.


Fundraising is easy and also helps to raise awareness among your network of friends, families, colleagues, and community.  From creating a Facebook Fundraiser, to coordinating a one-time event like a red bake sale through LRF’s Fundraise You Way program, the options are endless!


Thank you to our supporters for making the future brighter for all those touched by lymphoma!


For questions or to request more information on the Light it Red for Lymphoma initiative, please contact