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you attempt to use your social networking account on this site, you will have to:
1. Log into your social networking site.
2. Give permission for the American Lung Association (ALA) to access your social networking profile.
3. Validate your social network profile by either LINKING it to a new or existing LungUSA.org online account.
If you already have a LungUSA.org website account or if you have ALREADY REGISTERED FOR THIS EVENT: During the social networking validation step, select the option labeled “Have an account already? Log in here”.
If you DON’T already have a LungUSA.org website account: During the social networking validation step, verify the information that was obtained from your social networking site and click “Register”.
More detailed help is available in the “Registration Instructions” under the FAQ menu.
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Fight for Air Climb-- Sarah's Climb Page!
Ms. Sarah Ducloux-Potter
Richard Van Patten
Tom & Merri Solstad
Cres and Michael Hlusak
Ms. Sarah Ducloux-Potter
One in ten Americans, including children, suffer from chronic lung disease. Lung disease can take someone's breath away, leaving them unable to work, exercise, or play. Growing faster than almost any other major illness, lung disease, including lung cancer, asthma and emphysema, is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Breathing problems are the number one cause of death in infants. In addition, lung cancer has become the number one cancer killer in America.
I am doing my part to fight lung disease by participating in the 2013 Fight For Air Climb.I've joined Team LOL (Love Our Lungs) and for the second year we will be running up 30 flights to get to the top of the Accenture Tower. Not only am I taking on this physical challenge, and donating my time to the American Lung Association, but also I have pledged to raise funds to help support the many programs of the American Lung Association.
By participating in the Fight For Air Climb, I will be joining hundreds of others who are fighting for research that will help find a cure for tomorrow. I am fighting for those that can't quit smoking and those that shouldn't start, those that can't breathe freely, and laws that improve air quality both inside and out.
Your donation of ANY amount will go a long way to help me reach my personal goal of $500. Please join me in my mission to fight lung disease by making a personal or corporate tax-deductible donation.
Thanks for your donation!