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2022 A Breath of Hope Lung Run/Walk SW Florida
February 26, 2022 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am CST
A Breath of Hope is excited to return to Florida to host the 5th Annual A Breath of Hope Lung Run/SW Florida! You won’t want to miss this sunny 5k run/walk as we raise lung cancer awareness and funds for drastically underfunded lung cancer research. Proceeds support programs for lung cancer patients in SW Florida, as well as the U.S. transnational research awards funded by A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation.
Join us at Estero Community Park in Estero, Florida on Saturday, February 26, 2022 from 8-11 a.m. Enjoy the 5K run or walk with collectible t-shirts, prizes, snacks, patient resources, updates from a leading oncologist, a special ceremony to honor and remember your loved ones, and fellowship with a community that understands.
EVENT SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION
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NEW IN 2022
A Breath of Hope is bringing its Patient Support Services program to SW Florida in early 2022. Stay tuned to learn more about this important support program for people living with lung cancer.
Thank you to our 2022 Silver Sponsors:
- Tim & Susan Hatfield
Thank you to our 2022 Bronze Sponsors:
Mary Jane Benjamin & Dave Arnold
The $500 Club:
- Dot Woods Janet & Steve Thompson Jim Christensen Richard & Mary Brothers Matt & Rachel Berhow Elizabeth Kerschner
In 2007, the A Breath of Hope Lung Run/Walk was held for the first time in Minneapolis by a group of lung cancer patients, their family members and their nurse. They recognized the need for lung cancer awareness and patient support. We are honored to expand to the SW Florida area and bring this annual Twin Cities event!
A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation was established in 2008. A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation’s mission is to raise lung cancer awareness, provide patient and family support and fund innovative lung cancer research. While lung cancer takes more lives than breast, colon and prostate cancers combined, it remains underfunded and out of sight. Sadly, we have stigmatized a disease that affects 1 in 14 Americans – smokers, nonsmokers, men, women, young and old. A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation believes every life is worth fighting for.