Galas and Luncheons

Wine and dine while supporting the American Lung Association of the Midland States. We are honored to invite you to participate in one of many galas and luncheons throughout our region. Enjoy socializing with colleagues, family, and friends while contributing to a good cause. Many of our galas and luncheons include music, entertainment, live and silent auctions.

Visit the websites below to learn more about each of these unique events.

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10.04.14 | Breath of Fresh Air Gala
"Snips, Ships and Oompa Loopas" is the theme for this year's gala event, honoring the work of Johnny Depp. An evening of fun and excitement! The American Lung Association's Big Screen Bash will provide attendees an opportunity to dress as their favorite character from one of Depp's numerous films.

Party at the Embassy

11.01.14 | Party At the Embassy
Chattanooga's Quest for a Cure Research Dinner Gala - "Party at the Embassy" - benefits the American Lung Association's life-saving, lung cancer and pulmonary disease research and educational program. With lung disease on the rise, we are fighting for research that will find a cure for tomorrow.

Women of Distiction

04.24.15 | Women of Distinction
The Woman of Distinction sets herself apart through civic, cultural, philanthropic, human services, environmental or professional commitments as well as her awareness of image and personal style. She serves Chattanooga with honor and personal dedication to goal achievement.

Derby Eve Gala

05.01.15 | The Derby Eve Gala
The Derby Eve Gala, Louisville’s liveliest Derby Eve bash, combines black ties, ball gowns and the elegance of the Seelbach Hilton with dazzling entertainment to delight. What better way to prepare for Saturday's Kentucky Derby than this elegant event that raises important funds for the fight against lung disease.

Breath of Life Gala

Breath of Life Luncheon
Watch for 2014 information. This event is designed to raise awareness about the disproportionate incidence of lung disease among women and to raise much needed funds for lung health research in Kentucky. Women are not statistics. They are our mothers, our daughters, our sisters, our coworkers, and friends. They nurture and challenge those that they love and advocate within the community to protect those that they love.