Register and Start Fundraising Now!
Due to current safety recommendations, the 14th annual A Breath of Hope Lung Run/Walk Twin Cities will be happening virtually August 8 and 9. Invite friends from anywhere in the world to run or walk the virtual 5K/10K and help your team raise dollars for the fight to end lung cancer. Walk or run in your neighborhood with your family or ‘safe’ group of friends – socially distanced, of course! All participants will have the option to share pictures and submit their time to receive a commemorative participation certificate.
Now, more than ever, fundraising is key to the success of this event and making a difference in the fight against lung cancer. Raise $250 and receive a shoutout from a local celeb. Keep fundraising to receive additional prizes and personal phone calls from local celebrities. Top fundraising teams and individuals will receive special recognition during the online program.
This year’s online program features everyone’s favorite emcee, KSTP TV’s Tom Hauser. Tom will introduce and welcome our oncology presenters, patient advocates and announce our top fundraising teams and individuals.
Follow our event on social media for special updates and custom t-shirt announcements. #MNFIGHTSLC
Your Registration Makes A Difference
When you register or fundraise for the 2020 A Breath of Hope Lung Run/Walk, your dollars support cutting edge lung cancer studies at U.S. research centers, preventative screening and education, and direct online support services for people living with lung cancer.
This year, in response to Covid-19, we created a new program initiative in Minnesota: The A Breath of Hope, Eats & Joy Grocery Program. Trained volunteers shop for and deliver groceries (and joy!) to lung cancer survivors and their caregivers to help them avoid grocery stores during the pandemic. If you or someone you know is living with lung cancer and could use a load of free groceries to offset trips outside the home, visit our website to learn more or email Mary for an application. Support this initiative with a donation.
The grocery program is just one of the many ways your dollars help families hurt by lung cancer. Maybe a 5K/10K is not your thing? No worries! If you’d rather not register or create a fundraising team, direct donations for research and education can be made here.
Thank you for your continued support.