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Fight for Air Climb


June 13, 20208:00 AM CST



1001 Fannin Building Houston, TX (view on map)48 Floors and 1062 Stairs



Michelle SampsonMichelle.Sampson@lung.org713-629-1600

Together We've Raised…

  • We've Raised:

    Our Goal: $150,000.00

Event Rescheduled - New Date

We are happy to report that we confirmed a new date, June 13, 2020. We continue to monitor based on local conditions and the CDC guidance.

Every Step Counts

Fight For Air Climb - Group PhotoStep up and make a positive impact for lung health by participating in a Fight For Air Climb event. Raise funds and challenge yourself to support the American Lung Association's mission while climbing the 48 Floors and 1062 Stairs of the 1001 Fannin Building. You can do it and we'll help you every step of the way!

Whether you're climbing alone or with friends and family, for a healthier lifestyle or in honor of all those who are affected by lung disease, you'll feel victorious when you reach the top. Defeating the physical challenge and reaching the height of your fundraising potential will be a gratifying experience, and one that provides hope for millions of people. Every Step Counts as we unite in the fight for healthy lungs and clean air!

Fight For Air Climb - Single ClimberRegister today and we'll help you reach your goals – from the first step in your Climb experience all the way to the finish line. Along the way, think about all the people you're helping, and remember: we're climbing for hope because they're fighting for breath.

Contact us with questions or for more information.

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What is a Fight For Air Climb?

One of the American Lung Association's signature fundraising events, Fight For Air Climbs are stair climbs held in prominent skyscrapers around the country. Climbers join friends, family, co-workers or even fly solo, climbing the stairs of the building to the top! Over the last several years, our Fight For Air Climbs have raised more than $53 million to support the mission of the American Lung Association.

More than 27,000 participants from 42 Climb events across the country came together last year to raise more than $8 million. This year, you can join the challenge and raise money to help provide life-saving lung health research, patient education and public policy efforts.

The Fight For Air Climbs vary in the number of stairs to climb, but each event offers an opportunity for teams and individuals to challenge themselves. And every step you take moves us forward in our fight for healthy lungs and clean air.

Are you ready to help make Every Step Count?

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Top Participants

    1. Milestone Personal Gift Marie Henry - $3,110.00
    2. Milestone Personal Gift Kat Adams - $1,524.00
    3. Milestone Personal Gift Stacey Marshall - $1,152.00
    4. Milestone Personal Gift Kevin Ruffcorn - $1,068.00
    5. Milestone Personal Gift Larry Willman - $1,050.00
    6. Milestone Aji Varghese - $1,012.00
    7. Milestone Personal Gift Jeanette Byrd - $806.00
    8. Milestone Personal Gift Pamela Kissiah - $690.00
    9. Milestone Sara Tones - $685.00
    10. Milestone Laura Rodriguez - $602.50

    Top Teams

      1. TEAM AMMAH - $3,080.00
      2. Red Hot Chili Steppers - $2,204.00
      3. Team Bill - $1,795.00
      4. Stacey's Super Stairs - $1,662.00
      5. Team Impact - $1,205.82
      6. CH3 Clan - $1,050.00
      7. Breathing Center of Houston- Katy Fwy - $1,035.00
      8. Breathing Center of Houston- Beechnut - $948.00
      9. Byrds of a Feather - $831.00
      10. On a Mission - $644.00

      Thank You to Our Sponsors

      John P McGovern
      CBRE 1001 Fannin
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      Media Partner

      KHOU 11

      National Corporate Team Partner

      Kindred Healthcare

      Learn more about National Teams

      National Climb Partner for Healthy Air


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