Public Relations

Every Breath Counts Check Presentation to SJ Cancer Fund

SOMERS POINT, N.J. (March 29, 2017) – The Every Breath Counts Foundation will present a donation to the South Jersey Cancer Fund on Monday, April 3. Mary Crane, President of the South Jersey Cancer Fund, will accept the donation from Barbara Douglas, President of the Every Breath Counts Foundation.

“We’re committed to supporting lung-cancer-focused organizations such as the South Jersey Cancer Fund,” said Douglas. “The funds we raise help patients and families affected by lung cancer right here in our area, which has the highest incidence of lung cancer in the state of New Jersey.”

SJ cancer fund


Every Breath Counts Presents Annual Walk, Run, Survive 5K

Every Breath Counts presents its annual Walk, Run, Survive 5K on the Boardwalk in Ventnor, NJ on Saturday, November 12, 2016. Registration begins at 8 a.m. at St. James Memorial Hall, Newport & Atlantic avenues. Runners will head to the Boardwalk at Newport Avenue at 9:55 a.m.; race begins at 10 a.m. Pre-registration is $25 for adults, $15 for children 12 and under, free for lung cancer survivors. All proceeds benefit the Every Breath Counts Foundation, which donates to three organizations focused on lung cancer: South Jersey Cancer Fund, LUNGevity Foundation and the Lung Cancer Alliance. Register, sponsor a runner or donate here.

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Health Update with Michele Gaguski


Local organization holds 5K for Lung Cancer awareness

2982254_GOCEAN CITY –

240,000 people will be diagnosed with lung cancer this year, and today, a local organization held a 5K to raise awareness.

The Every Breath Counts Foundation hosted the event in Ocean City today.

Statistics say that of the 240,000 diagnosed with lung cancer this year, 60,000 will die.

80 percent of those diagnosed are never or non –smoker, says Jamila Glapion.

“We need to erase the stigma that lung cancer is just a smoker’s cancer and let people know that it affects everybody and that it’s environmental, it’s radon in their homes, it’s particulate matter in the air, the water that we drink, the air that we breathe, it’s not just smoke.”

The Every Breath Counts Foundation says that their goal is to raise awareness and funding for lung cancer research and support programs around the area.


Previous Media Blasts

2013 Yogathon

Yogathon Press Release

2012 Wine Tasting

2012 Run Cancellation

EBC Canceled eBlast

2012 Run

TV-40 News Review Clip of 2011 Walk Run Survive

10th Annual ‘Walk, Run, Survive’ 5K for Lung Cancer Awareness Held in Ventnor