Fight For Air Climb Raises $195K to Help End Lung Disease

Climbers conquered thousands of steps at Lucas Oil Stadium

Yesterday, 500 participants raised nearly $195,000 in the American Lung Association in Indiana’s Fight For Air Climb, presented by Anthem, at Lucas Oil Stadium. The throng of individuals, families, friend groups and corporate teams gathered with enthusiasm to champion the causes of clean air and lung disease prevention.

“Everyone who climbed with us should feel very proud,” said Tanya Husain, executive director of the Lung Association. “Aside from having just completed a massive workout, their hard work will help us undertake lifesaving research, education and advocacy where it matters most. Because when you can’t breathe, nothing else matters.” 

Participants of all different climbing levels made the rounds at Lucas Oil Stadium, climbing thousands of steps to advance the Lung Association’s vision of a world free from lung disease.

After crossing the finish line, each climber was rewarded with a medal an official event t-shirt. They celebrated in the rustic dining room of the Ellison Brewing Co., having competed a memorable and meaningful race towards better lung health nationwide.

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Dana Kauffman
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