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Help Manitobans Breathe for just $3! Join the Great Canadian Giving Challenge

On Wednesday, June 1, the Manitoba Lung Association (MLA) will launch a campaign to raise funds in support of research that may help Manitobans living with a life-threatening lung disease breathe a whole lot easier.

The campaign is part of the Great Canadian Giving Challenge. Every donation for $3 or more to the Manitoba Lung Association through CanadaHelps.org in the month of June automatically enters the Association to win a $10,000 donation from The GIV3 Foundation.

"$10,000 would breathe new life into research projects we support provincially and nationally," says Neil Johnston, Interim President & CEO, Manitoba Lung Association. "We need to invest in this research now, not later, because one in five Manitobans are already living with chronic pulmonary lung disease, asthma or lung cancer - and the number is steadily rising."

In addition, Johnston says chronic lung diseases cost the Canadian economy an estimated $12 billion annually.

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  • The Manitoba Lung Association challenges Winnipeggers to catch up to Brandon in the Awesome Race for Breath

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  • Register For Resptrec Courses!

    Are you a health care professional who helps people with lung disease? Then these courses are for you!

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  • National Aboriginal Diabetes Assocation

    NADA is a not-for-profit members-led organization established in 1995 as a result of the rising rates of diabetes in Aboriginal communities.

    NADA's mission is to be the driving force in addressing diabetes and Aboriginal people as a priority health issue by working together with people, Aboriginal communities and organizations in a culturally respectful manner in promoting healthy lifestyles among Aboriginal people today and for future generations.

    Visit www.nada.ca for more information

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