When

June 18, 2022

Where

Franklin Park ZooBoston, MA view on map

Contact

Abigail WoltmanAbigail.Woltman@Lung.org781-314-9004

 
two women waving ribbons at a LUNG FORCE Walk

Let’s Get Moving

Join us at the LUNG FORCE Walk, the American Lung Association's signature event to support and promote lung health.

It doesn't matter whether you stroll, saunter, or power-walk: all are welcome at LUNG FORCE Walks. It’s a celebratory atmosphere for all ages and abilities.

Your safety is always our number one priority. We are continually monitoring local conditions with regard to COVID-19. Check this page for the most up-to-date information about the event.

There’s even a virtual option for those who can’t make it to the event.

The LUNG FORCE Walk provides critical funds for lifesaving research, early detection initiatives, and pandemic defense and prevention through our COVID-19 Action Initiative and vaccine outreach.

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Together We've Raised…

  • Raised:

    Goal: $54,000.00

Top Participants

    1. Raised $2500 Personal Gift Bonnie Heiple - $2,500.00
    2. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Stacey Boschetto - $1,410.00
    3. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Yolette Dodard - $1,105.00
    4. Raised $1000 Brian Glassett - $1,065.00
    5. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Eric Phaneuf - $1,000.00
    6. Raised $500 Personal Gift Lisa Tibak - $825.68
    7. Raised $500 Personal Gift Rose Goldman - $720.00
    8. Raised $500 Personal Gift Meaghan Navon - $605.00
    9. Raised $500 Personal Gift Christina Gallagher - $565.00
    10. Raised $500 Personal Gift Bryan Coyne - $550.00

    Top Teams

      1. Mythic Therapeutics - $4,605.00
      2. MA Leadership Board - $3,000.00
      3. Ann's Allstars - $2,515.00
      4. Team Helene - $2,000.00
      5. Team Linda - $1,530.68
      6. Strong Striders - $1,188.00
      7. CareOne Weymouth - $1,150.00
      8. Susanne's Angels - $1,000.00
      9. Christina's Crusaders - $900.00
      10. Team Tuesday - $880.00

      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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