October 3, 20218:00 a.m.


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Elizabeth ReischlEventsWI@Lung.org262-923-2740

two women waving ribbons at a LUNG FORCE Walk

THANK YOU for being a part of the 2021 LUNG FORCE Walk Milwaukee.

Together, we raised $54,000+ and counting.

Your support makes our work possible for the 800,000+ Wisconsinites living with lung disease. Every dollar raised supports the Lung Association’s research, educational programs and advocacy efforts.

It’s not too late to earn an additional fundraising incentive! You have until November 3 to qualify for our incentive program. View our incentive flyer to check what you could earn!

Event photos will be posted to our SmugMug account by the end of the week.

Tell us what you thought of the LUNG FORCE Walk Milwaukee by filling out our event survey.


On behalf of our Walk Committee, Wisconsin Leadership Board Members and the Lung Association Staff - thank you from the bottom of our LUNGS!

Together We've Raised…

  • Raised:

    Goal: $86,000.00

Top Participants

    1. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Connie Dake - $2,385.00
    2. Raised $250 Raised $1000 Sarah Newkirk - $2,075.00
    3. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Robert Oakleaf - $2,035.00
    4. Raised $1000 Penny Schilz - $1,790.00
    5. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Megan Cordova - $1,755.00
    6. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Alicia Kraucunas - $1,480.00
    7. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Debby Egly - $1,225.00
    8. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Arthur Oleniczak - $1,010.00
    9. Raised $500 Personal Gift Brenda Serio - $845.00
    10. Raised $500 Personal Gift Lisa Przybyla - $845.00

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    Top Teams

      1. Team Go Red - $8,915.00
      2. ALK Warriors - $4,461.00
      3. Memory Walkers - $3,125.00
      4. Kris' Krew - $2,600.00
      5. Inhalators - $2,390.00
      6. Team Vino - $2,255.00
      7. Team Cordova - $1,790.00
      8. With this breath - $1,581.30
      9. Team TK - $1,575.00
      10. Team Laura - $1,313.00

      Why We Need You

      Lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer deaths among women and men. Someone is diagnosed with lung cancer every two minutes and 14 seconds. 4 in 5 of those diagnosed will ultimately die of the disease.

      Why We're Hopeful

      More Americans than ever are surviving lung cancer. The survival rate has increased by a dramatic 13% to 22.6% in the last 5 years. Your support will help us continue the progress in our efforts to defeat lung cancer.



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