June 1, 20249:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PT)


Seward ParkSeattle, WA view on map


Brooke WilzenBrooke.Wilzen@Lung.org206-512-3283


Small Steps, Bold Strides

Join us and turn small steps into bold strides toward a world without lung cancer and lung disease.

Come out and experience the celebratory and welcoming atmosphere of a LUNG FORCE event.

It doesn't matter how you roll, whether you like to saunter, power-walk or stroll.  There's a Walk Your Way 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 awareness outreach to vulnerable communities.

Register today and save your spot. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about this year's event.

Seward Park
5900 Lake Washington Blvd S
Seattle, WA 98118

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Together We've Raised…

  • Raised:

    Goal: $110,000.00

Top Participants

    1. Raised $5000 Personal Gift Amy Converse - $10,571.17
    2. Raised $2500 Personal Gift Kaelyn Lukson - $3,125.00
    3. Raised $2500 Personal Gift Dana/Renee/Rick Sullivan/Romeo - $2,603.44
    4. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Diana Williams - $1,695.00
    5. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Diana Mar - $1,235.00
    6. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Maria Puente - $1,219.00
    7. Raised $1000 Personal Gift Patty Aguilar - $1,155.00
    8. Raised $500 Personal Gift Jamie Bolton - $945.00
    9. Raised $500 Personal Gift Molly Baughman - $760.00
    10. Raised $250 Personal Gift Alicia Dorbin - $437.51

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    Top Teams

      1. Sue's Crew - $11,861.17
      2. Hope for Diana - $6,099.44
      3. Kae's Cancer Kickers - $5,955.00
      4. Luis Aguilar - $3,509.00
      5. Bolt'n For A Cure - $1,045.00
      6. CVS Health PNW - $985.00
      7. Susan Lyn Beshore Memorial - $960.00
      8. Miles and Smiles - $607.51
      9. Regina's Squad - $530.00
      10. In Memory of Jim - $520.00

      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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      Thank You to Our Local Sponsors

      Washington Thoracic Society
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      Kindred Hospitals

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