Together We've Raised…
Our Goal: $75,000.00
Ready to get Virtual
In order to make this year’s event as interactive as possible, we’ve created a Fight For Air Climb Albuquerque Strava Club! Strava is a free application you can download on your smart phone to track your miles in support of the American Lung Association.
Find out more here!
From June 1st to June 30th we encourage you to head outdoors to one of the many beautiful trails throughout Albuquerque for your climb. Same mission, just a different place to climb.
Now more than ever the American Lung Association needs your support! The Lung Association just launched the COVID-19 Action Initiative, a comprehensive $25M initiative to end COVID-19 and defend against future respiratory virus pandemics.
This initiative will be used to fund respiratory research, enhance key public health measures through education and advocacy, and establish an advanced network of public and private entities to develop new vaccines, detection tests and treatment therapies, to stop future respiratory virus pandemics.
This is an ambitious undertaking, but with your help we can raise the funds to make this happen!
Please join the virtual community of climbers supporting lung health research throughout the month of June. Help us find a cure for COVID-19 and other lung diseases that affect our community!
Post your pictures and videos on social media using #FightForAirClimb #EveryStepCounts #ClimbAgainstCOVID #FFACAlbuquerque
The Chairman’s Challenge
This year our Fight For Air Climb Corporate Chair Kent Cravens, the CEO for the Greater Albuquerque Association of Realtors, has issued a challenge to the community. This challenge is a call to action to raise an additional $25,000 for the 2020 Fight For Air Climb. These funds will be used to provide climb slots for students, Fire Fighters and other first responders who would like to participate in this year's event.
We would like to celebrate the following donors for taking a step to better our community by accepting the Chairman’s Challenge.
Joan M Punt Tree