Summer Fun: Create Your Own Fundraisers for LUNGevity!

Jessica Christensen, Development Communication Specialist & Bailey Boulter, Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Specialist
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Thank you to everyone who embraced summer by transforming their favorite activities into impactful fundraisers! Here are some heartwarming and fun ways our supporters have recently championed the cause.

Lemonade for LUNGevity

Summertime fun can be as simple as a refreshing glass of lemonade on a hot day. Setting up a stand in your community and making an impact for those living with lung cancer is easy—just add water! Check out this lemonade stand where two of our incredible young LUNGevity supporters, Sydney and Charli, celebrated summertime by hosting their own stand and raised more than $60 in one afternoon! 

Hope Walk & Rally

For 12 years, the Hope Walk & Rally has been held in Newark, Ohio, in memory of Jean Mellars. Started by her daughter, Beverly Mellars Craney, the event aims to raise awareness about early detection and better treatments for lung cancer. During this year's Mother's Day weekend, the event gathered over $5,000 to support LUNGevity and those living with lung cancer.

Louis J Ey Memorial Golf Tournament

Combining their love for golf and their drive to make a difference, The Louis J Ey Memorial Golf Tournament held its 2nd Annual event earlier this summer at Rocky Point Golf Course in Essex, MD. Golfers enjoyed a delicious breakfast, a wonderful course, raffle, prizes, and more! Despite some rain showers, participants enjoyed their time on the course and made a huge impact!

Do What You Love to Transform Lung Cancer!

Remember, no effort is too small; every contribution counts! Create, share, and manage your unique event with our user-friendly platform, ready-to-use resources, and a dedicated Fundraising Coach, making fundraising a breeze from start to finish.

Learn more about how to get started with creating your own fundraiser here.

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