Mount Rainier Summit – July 2010

February 12, 2010 at 12:27 pm Leave a comment

2010 commemorates the 23rd anniversary of the Climb for Clean Air® – a fundraising climb of Mount Rainier. Each year, climbers representing the American Lung Association® in Washington each raise at least $3,500, train, and equip themselves to attempt the most difficult climb in the lower 48 states. With your generous support this year’s climb teams will raise over $200,000 to:

* Help kids with Asthma live full and productive lives.
* Stem the tide of Big Tobacco money that is pushing young people to start a lifelong habit that kills 8200 Washingtonians every year.
* Fund research to find cures for Lung Cancer, Emphysema, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Tuberculosis and lung disease of all kinds.
* Advocate for clean air in our beautiful state.

Thank you for considering a donation to this worthy cause and for supporting my summit attempt on Mount Rainier in July 2010!

Please visit my personal page to donate!


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