Lung Cancer
Month 2018

Attend an Awareness Event

You can Shine Your Light on Lung Cancer by hosting a lung cancer fundraiser at your office, school or in your community to raise critical funds for lung cancer research. Here’s how to get started!

Let’s Get Social

  • Click to Raise Awareness: Share these lung cancer fact graphics.

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  • Join the Conversation: Use common lung cancer awareness hashtags, like #lungcancer and #LCSM, in your posts to contribute to the conversation online.

Share Your Story

Sharing your story more broadly is one of the simplest and most impactful ways to raise awareness and make a difference. Click here to submit your story for a “Survivor Spotlight” feature on LCA social channels or write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper. Here’s a sample letter to get you started.

Contact Congress

Take your message to our nation’s leaders by sharing your personal lung cancer story or asking them to support the Women and Lung Cancer Research and Preventive Services Act. Remember, your elected official is working for you and wants to know what matters impact your life. Take action online or set up an in-person meeting in your hometown.

Shop Shop Shop

  • Stock Your Swag:  Purchase lung cancer awareness t-shirts, tanks, sunglasses and more. It makes for a great gift or just treat yourself. You deserve it!
  • Amazon Smile: List Lung Cancer Alliance as your charity of choice and a portion of your purchase will go to helping those with lung cancer.

Know the Facts About Lung Cancer

Do you know fact from fiction when it comes to your lung health? Knowing the facts could help save lives! Test your knowledge of 5 common beliefs about lung cancer by taking this quiz.  You never know when this information could help you or someone you love.


Don’t have time to host an event? Not savvy on social media? A monetary donation is one of the easiest and quickest ways to support the lung cancer community. Donate in honor of a loved one to let them know you are thinking of them.