More than 90% of participants are on teams. Why? There’s nothing like coming together and walking in the fresh air, arm-in-arm and shoulder-to-shoulder with friends and family to support and promote lung health. Behind a creative name and collective positive energy, any group of friends, family or coworkers can make their LUNG FORCE Run/Walk a one-of-a-kind experience.
First, you will need to appoint a team captain who will be in charge of organizing the group to maximize fundraising. For ideas and tips on motivating your team, check out our team captain tips.
National Corporate teams are a great way to bring company employees together in support of a common cause. Additionally, the American Lung Association events are a great opportunity to provide a meaningful corporate social responsibility activity as participants collectively raise donations on behalf of your National Corporate team. Once created, you can back multiple teams across the nation for one or more American Lung Association events and receive special incentives for your enhanced commitment.
Contact Rachel Daigler for more information on National Corporate Teams.
In UnitedHealth Group’s 2013 Health and Volunteering Study, “64 percent of employees who currently volunteer said that volunteering with work colleagues strengthened their relationships.”