Why Do You Volunteer?
The folks at the NPF from the Board, to the CEO, to the staff, and to the volunteers, are the most dedicated and caring group of folks that I have ever run across and I want to be a part of that.- John Early
What does NPF mean to me? People, many of whom are now friends, that I can relate to and talk to about our common disease. - Hillel Katzeff
NPF is connection. Connection to fellow sufferers, connection to important information and a connection to my need as a nurse to be able to help others. NPF has given me needed friendships and fellowship I would not have otherwise had. - Patti MacBean-Puchino
Make a Difference with NPF
Volunteers are our driving force. You can help change the lives of those living with psoriatic disease for generations to come.