With more than 33 million people affected by lung disease in the US, each and every dollar raised will support lung disease research, educational programs and advocacy efforts. We need your help today to ensure there is a future free of lung disease!
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Use our company search tool above to see if your company offers a matching gift program, as well as find information on how to get started. Some companies without a formal program may still match your gift, if you ask your Human Resources department.
Top fundraising climbers and teams are recognized through the Fight For Air Climb VIP Club and Summit Club, respectively. The VIP Club acknowledges individual climbers that have raised $500 or more. The Summit Club recognizes teams for raising $5,000 and above.
Are you ready to make Every Step Count and become a top fundraiser? Do you need ideas on how to reach these fundraising levels? We can help you get there!
We have many fundraising tips that can help you meet and exceed your goals. Check out your online Participant Center, or contact your local event manager, Dolores Johnson, to find a fundraising plan that is right for you.
Those who raise $175 or more will be rewarded with an additional fundraising incentive. This is our way of saying thank you for your fundraising accomplishments to support the mission of the American Lung Association.
View our fundraising incentive flier.
We recognize that some of you may prefer to not receive a fundraising incentive to ensure all of your donations go to support research, education and advocacy efforts. In that case, you can decline your incentive post-event. Please contact Dolores Johnson with any questions.
Want to be rewarded? Those who make a self-donation of $33 or more will receive this official Fight For Air Climb Bottle Koozie. This $33 donation represents the 33+ million who suffer from lung disease. Individuals who self-donate raise twice as much as individuals who don't.