LUNGevity / Breathe Deep NYC


Join thousands of lung cancer patients, survivors, families, friends, and advocates who are bringing an end to lung cancer. LUNGevity events are aimed at raising money for life-saving lung cancer research and creating awareness about the disease.

The 3k course is friendly to strollers and wheelchairs (no bikes, please) and pets are welcome. Entertainment for the whole family will include a DJ, photo studio, kid’s zone, face painting, and free refreshments! Press your luck at some of our fantastic Tricky Tray prizes!

The walk takes place at Hudson River Park, Pier 46. Charles St. and West St.

Check-in/registration begins: 8:30am
Team photos: 9:00am
Program: 10:00am
3K walk: 10:30am
Closing ceremony: Immediately following the walk


Adult: $25
Lung cancer survivor: FREE
Student (with valid ID): $15
Youth (13 years or younger): $10

Raise $1,000 or more: You are automatically entered into a raffle for Two jetBlue tickets and 4 park hopper passes for Disney World

Raise $500 or more: You are automatically entered into a raffle for Montauk Time Share

Raise $250 or more: You are automatically entered into a raffle for Dine around NYC package

LUNGevity / Breathe Deep NYC
Event Category: Fundraisers
When: November 2, 2013
Time: 10:30am
Where: Hudson River Park, Pier 46
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