Steeltown Stair Climb
Good afternoon Mississauga Firefighters,
Steeltown Stair Climb
When lung disease strikes, it doesn't affect one person; it deeply impacts the whole family. And who knows better than the fire and police department personnel and their families; and our brave men and women fighting overseas amidst explosions and gasses.
Our 4th stair climb will draw folks from Brantford, Hamilton and across the province and beyond with both civilian and first responder participants raising funds for lung research and programs. With more than three million Ontarians suffering from lung disease, the firefighter families understand the need to fund research NOW. The organizing committee wants to be part of the solution ensuring that another family does not lose a loved one to lung disease; we need your help to achieve this.
Join our 93 year old Ambassador Walter Decker as he climbs for the 3rd year, best time to date just under 12 minutes; and this year we will be joined by a new ambassador and double-lung transplant Walter Speckhurt of St. George who just returned from competing in the Canadian Transplant Games in BC.
Our local office's goal for 2018 is to raise and contribute $160,000 to lung health research; in order to realize that goal, the funds raised at the Steeltown Stair Climb will play a very significant role in our fund raising efforts. Since 2005, the McMaster team has raised and contributed $2,118,358.00 to research. Please help us reach the $2.25 million hump!
With this in mind, please accept my personal request to consider joining our firefighter and police family for this fun filled morning on Saturday November 10, 2018 at the historic Stelco Tower in Jackson Square 100 King St W Hamilton. Help us make history! We have categories for everyone; kids, civilian, families, pre-Fire Fighters, EMS, Police, Corporate and Fire fighters in full gear.
Proceeds from this event will benefit the Lung Association's research program-lifesaving research that desperately needs funding. This research is conducted right here in Hamilton at McMaster University and the Firestone Institute of Respiratory Health.
Join us as a Sponsor, participant, or a volunteer; there are many ways to help us achieve our goal.
For further information, contact myself, Sandy Lee at The Lung Association, Suite 255-245 King George Rd Brantford N3R 7N7 or by calling 905-383-1616; 519-753-4682 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
MANAGER COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT-CENTRAL ONTARIOThe Lung Association - Ontario
Suite 255-245 King George Rd Brantford ON N3R 7N7519-753-4682 | 905-383-1616 | 1-800-790-5527
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