As the nation’s oldest voluntary health organization, the American Lung Association wishes to call special attention to National Volunteer Appreciation Week, April 18 to 24.
The American Lung Association of New England extends a special thank you to the local volunteers who have been integral in our success over the years. The volunteers in each of our communities have not only embraced, but enhanced our organization in every way.
Each volunteer is an invaluable resource that has contributed to our success in helping people quit smoking, control their asthma, cope with lung disease, and fight for healthy air. From retirees to working professionals, or students looking to give back to the community, our volunteers use their strengths and skills to help in countless ways. During National Volunteer Appreciation Week, we at the American Lung Association want to recognize and extend our warmest and most sincere appreciation to all of those who give time, energy, and dedication to our mission to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
We are spotlighting volunteers from the many different areas of the American Lung Association in person, in hometown newspapers, on our website and on facebook.com/lungne and twitter.com/lungne. For more information on volunteering and the ways to get involved in the fight for air call (800) LUNG USA or visit lungne.org.
President & CEO, American Lung Association of New England