The 15-year-old, a pupil at Williamwood High School, was admitted to Crosshouse Hospital in Kilmarnock but sadly lost her battle with the disease on October 23 last year.
As reported in the Evening Times, her parents Grant and Adrienne Currie set up the Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation to raise money and awareness of Wegener's and vasculitis.
And Grant has backed the Evening Times 'Opt- Out' campaign. He said: "The donor programme is vital and we're behind this campaign. It is a lifeline for some people."
As Lauren was such a big fan of the Twilight series, her parents have set up a private screening of the new film, Breaking Dawn.
They have 30 pairs of tickets to give away for Friday, November 18, the day of the film's release. For a chance to win tickets to the private screening at the Odeon Springfield Quay, email info@thelaurencurrie twilightfoundation.org with your name and contact details, putting Breaking Dawn Evening Times in the subject.
Winners will be chosen at random. The closing date for entries is November 11.
For a further chance to win, enter the charity's raffle at www.thelaurencurrietwilight foundation.org
To donate visit the website or log on to facebook at www.facebook.com/thelauren currietwilightfoundation