Inspired Giving Monthly Gift Program
Inspired. What does inspired mean to you?
To us it means to empower, motivate and most importantly it means to inhale or breathe in. Our vision is to live in world where everyone has healthy lungs and the struggle to inhale, to take that next breath is no longer a fight for anyone.
Inspired giving is a group of dedicated monthly givers who share our vision and want to improve lung health in our province. People like you, who care about making a direct impact in our communities. A direct impact for health, for our children, for our future, for our loved ones.
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“I am a parent of a child with asthma. Asthma education and prevention helps us manage her flare-ups. The Inspired Giving Monthly Gift Program is a way I can support The Lung Association, Saskatchewan's community programming all year.”
“I support The Lung Association because healthy breathing matters to all of us. We all want to be able to enjoy our lives in this world free from breathing challenges. It's true that when you can't breathe, nothing else matters.”
- 477 health care professionals were educated on respiratory health.
- 18,268 social housing homes went smoke-free because of advocacy efforts.
- 7,000 youth in schools were educated on how to protect their lungs.
- 1,000 homes were tested for radon.
- 55,000 people received tools and resources on how to make their wishes and intentions known to their loved ones about organ donation.
A gift of $10 can help
support our Lung Health Line
A gift of $25 can fund
five lung function test kits
A gift of $50 can get a
child screened for asthma
A gift of $100 can fund
a patient support group session
By joining our Inspired Giving community, you are making a real difference in the lives of those living with lung disease for people like Nicole Nelson. Nicole is a double lung transplant recipient and survivor from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
By making an inspired gift today, you can help patients like Nicole and their family on their journey with lung disease. Together we can make a meaningful difference and improve quality of lives.