The Participant Center is your home for easy and fun online fundraising. This guide will help you customize your Personal Page, e-mail all of your friends and family to ask for their support, and view your progress.
In 2006, two long-time lung cancer survivors, the late Rich Kaufman and the late Geri Norris, with the support of a small group of family, friends and volunteers also touched by lung cancer, started the first walk in Boston. Since then, this grassroots movement has successfully drawn thousands of participants and raised over $1,000,000 for lung cancer research, education, and support resources and advocacy for those affected by lung cancer. All walk proceeds have been for the benefit of LUNGevity Foundation, and we in the BREATHE DEEP BOSTON community are proud that Boston institutions, their physicians and scientists, are so well represented in the foundation's history of investment in research projects across the country.
Honor a lost loved one or celebrate a survivor
Honor markers, each with a customized tribute message, will
be placed along the event course to guide walkers and runners. To order
your tribute message, download a form here.
Where: Game On! Boston 82 Lansdowne Street Boston, MD 02215
Game On! Boston is helping to blow the whistle on lung cancer and raise awareness about the upcoming LUNGevity Breathe Deep Boston 5K Walk.
Interested walkers can learn more about Breathe Deep Boston and register online. Enjoy complimentary appetizers and soft drinks and show off your best drop shot on the new Blazing Paddles ping pong table. Bring friends and meet other walkers to gain tips and tricks on fundraising.
LUNGevity Foundation's publicity team promotes Breathe Deep Boston
participants through the media, and we need your stories! By generating media
attention for the event, we can attract new walkers, help walkers boost their
fundraising, and spread the mission of LUNGevity Foundation. When people read,
hear or watch stories about their neighbors and why they participate in Breathe
Deep Boston in the media, they are much more likely to contribute financially
to the cause.
LUNGevity Foundation's Publicity Team is looking for stories
• Lung cancer survivors and patients who walk
• Families that walk together
• Walkers aged 70 and older
• Medical professionals walking alongside patients
• Longtime walkers
• Top fundraisers
• Unique fundraising strategies
• AND any other personal anecdotes: why you joined Breathe Deep Boston, how
cancer has affected your life, how your life has changed because of the event,
Please email email@example.com with your story. Include your first
and last names, town or city, and phone number.