Ways to Give
By giving to the American Lung Association you are helping us fight for healthy air and the millions of Americans affected by lung disease. Your contribution supports research, program development, public policy, and sharing up-to-date information on respiratory diseases, their treatment and management.
There are many ways to help: Register to participate in an event, support an event participant in his or her fundraising efforts, donate in honor or memory of someone special, remember us in your will or trust or choose a creative way to give, like donating your old car.
- Become a Corporate Partner
See what our corporate supporters are doing to help fight for lung health, and discover ways your organization can participate.
- Participate in Special Events
We need your help to make an impact in the fight against lung disease. Help support our unique fundraising events such as the Fight for Air Climb, LUNG FORCE Walk and Run/Walk events, cycling events and more.
- Planned Giving and Non-Cash Gifts
By making the Lung Association part of your financial planning, you are giving a gift that will impact the lung health of future generations. Options can include forms other than cash, such as securities (stocks, bonds or mutual funds), retirement plan distributions, life insurance policies and real estate.
- Create a Memorial Webpage
Create a fundraising page in memory of a loved one and then invite family and friends to honor his or her legacy.
- Donate Your Car
Donate your old car and help save lives. It's quick, easy and tax-deductible.
- Use Christmas Seals®
Each year, millions observe the tradition of sealing holiday cards and packages with that year's special seal. Your Christmas Seals® donation supports the important fight against lung disease.
- Plan a Fundraiser
Plan your own local fundraising event, such as a pancake breakfast, bowl-a-thon or fashion show, benefitting the American Lung Association.
- Make a Personal Gift
Whether a one-time donation or a recurring gift, you can make a personal contribution to the American Lung Association online at any time.