A lung cancer advocate is a person willing to donate his or her time, talent, financial, or other resources to advance lung cancer awareness and funding to help save lives.
Never underestimate the power of one person to make a difference! When you become a local lung cancer advocate, you join your voice with those of grassroots advocates across the country.
You have an important story to tell about lung cancer, one that affects everyone, and you’ll find that people will listen. Our Advocacy Toolkit makes it easy - see below to request a copy.
What You Need to Know to Be an Advocate
- The facts: We’ll provide handouts with lung cancer statistics and LUNGevity Foundation facts.
- Your connection: Learn to tell your own story. Share your personal lung cancer connection. Need examples? We’ve got them!
- How to ask for what you need: Learn how to develop your elevator speech and your “ask.”
- Fundraising ideas: The lifesaving research that's going on right now depends on fundraising. We've got plenty of simple and fun ways to help.
Ready to get started? Complete the form below and you'll be sent a link to download our Advocacy Toolkit. Once you've reviewed it, you can contact us for more information, or request a starter set of brochures and fact cards by using the mail-in form you'll find on the Toolkit.