One enterprising young philanthropist found a very unique way to celebrate her birthday. Inspired by her Grandfather’s battle with lung cancer, this Lady Bountiful invited her group of friends to celebrate with her at a “Polish Off Lung Cancer” event at a local shopping mall. The girls were asked to donate to LCFA and have their nails polished and then to participate in the fundraiser by painting the nails of shoppers at the mall. These enterprising young ladies raised over $600.00 for lung cancer research! What an inspiration!
The Malibu Ladies Golf Club and LCFA joined forces to host a Charity Halloween Golf Tournament on Saturday, October 27, 2012 at The Malibu Golf Club, 901 Encinal Canyon Road, Malibu, CA. We all enjoyed a beautiful autumn day – golfing, lunch, drinks, raffle prizes – it was a great time! And, our golfers were steadfast, even in the face of a putting contest tie breaker! Thanks to all of our participants.
Geoff and Rhonda Wharton, of Wharton Wines in Napa Valley, have once again demonstrated how big their hearts are. They’ve designated LCFA as the recipients of ALL net proceeds from their 2010 Chardonnay! This is the Wharton way of honoring Geoff’s father, Al and of helping fight the battle against lung cancer. Raise a glass of Wharton 2010 Chardonnay “To LIFE!”
To order wine or learn more about Wharton Wines, please call 707.287.7967 or visit the Wharton website…www.whartonwines.com.
Click here for the Wharton Fundraiser flyer.
July 29, 2012 | Del Mar Race Track
“Where the turf meets the surf down in old Del Mar”
Featuring the LCFA Breath of Life Race
All proceeds will benefit LCFA
- 10 tickets
- Recognition as a WIN sponsor
- 5 tickets
- Recognition as a PLACE sponsor
- 2 tickets
- Recognition as a SHOW sponsor
Send a check with your name and the number of requested tickets to:
Lung Cancer Foundation of America
15 S. Franklin St.
New Ulm, MN 56073
The LCFA “Day at the Races” charity event will be held on Sunday, July 31, 2011, from 12:00 pm to 6:30 pm at the Del Mar Race Track in Del Mar, California with a special LCFA “BREATH OF LIFE” Race.
Please join us at this special “Day at the Races” Event.
- Drink, dine, and watch the races in the large patio of the Il Palio Restaurant, located atop the grandstand on the 6th floor, offering spectacular views of the racing action and the ocean.
- Silent auction and raffle drawing where winner will be invited to the Winner’s Circle of the “BREATH OF LIFE” race.
- Expert instruction will be provided on “how to place your bets.”
- Tours of the paddock area.
- Private betting window.
- Access to the Del Mar Turf Club.
- Make it a weekend! Click here for a link to the beautiful, local, oceanside hotels.
For more information, please contact us at info@LCFAmerica.org
For more information regarding sponsorships, please contact CIker@LCFAmerica.org
The friends of Clark Fisher, an athlete and a non-smoker who lost his battle with lung cancer in November of 2009, will host the 3rd Annual KingFisher Memorial Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, July 28, 2012. Proceeds from this event, sponsored by Apple Automotive, will be donated to Lung Cancer Foundation of America for lung cancer research.
The 2nd Annual Sharon Ann Clough Memorial Golf Tournament Against Lung Cancer will be held on June 11, 2012 at the Rochester Country Club in Rochester, NH. Beginning at 8:30am, the shot gun best ball tournament will include lunch. There will also be a raffle and silent auction at the event.
Please click here for more information and to register for the tournament.
Chris Clough will host the 2nd annual golf tournament memory of his Mom, Sharon
The 6th annual golf tournament honoring the memory of Erik Hidalgo will be held on May 12, 2012 in Fontana, CA. Each year since 2007, Erik’s family has hosted a golf tournament in his honor with the proceeds going to charity. This year, the Hidalgo family team has again designated Lung Cancer Foundation of America as the recipient of their fundraising efforts.
Erik Hidalgo, a non-smoker, was just 24 years old when lung cancer took his life, six days before his first wedding anniversary and a mere 68 days after his diagnosis. Erik was also an employee of the Jonsson Cancer Center at UCLA where his computer knowledge, gentle manner and ease with people made him a fast favorite with everyone on the fund-raising team. He truly enjoyed his job, which he found inspiring because he believed the work of the cancer center was so important.
To register golfers, please print the flyer attached here. To donate directly to Lung Cancer Foundation of America, supporting the Hidalgo’s efforts to raise funds for lung cancer research, please click here.
|Erik and his wife, Kim
Among the 12,000 police officers and others who responded to the September 11th attacks, many have been diagnosed with cancer-related disabilities, more than triple the rate before the attack.
LUNG CANCER ranks as the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer among this population of First Responders.
Lung Cancer Foundation of America is asking for your help in funding research grants that will be awarded to lung cancer investigators who are committing their RESEARCH efforts to improving the survival rate of lung cancer and to bringing HOPE and LIFE to all victims of lung cancer – wherever they are and however they contracted the disease.
Lung Cancer is an unacceptable consequence of the selfless efforts of the 9/11 First Responders who now find themselves faced with a lung cancer diagnosis as a result of their exposure to toxins at ground zero. Let’s help these national heroes, and the heroes in your life who are affected by lung cancer. Please make a difference - click here to donate today!
On February 18 2012, Virginia high school student, Nathan Wong, organized a benefit concert with proceeds going to Lung Cancer Foundation of America. Nathan and his team feel strongly about raising funds for lung cancer research since, in his own words, “my group members and I have been personally affected by this cancer that has taken the lives of those dearest to us. Our grandpas, grandmas, and uncles have all been diagnosed with this disease, and all have not lived to tell their story of survival and perseverance.” LCFA is grateful to Nathan and his team for this very successful event! What an inspiration these philanthropic high schoolers are for all of us!
|A personal connection with lung cancer
||Breath of Relief Concert