Breathe Deep Boston
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Join us for Breathe Deep Boston, a walk that brings our Breathe Deep community together for a morning of celebration, hope, and remembrance for all those affected by lung cancer. You may choose to walk with us in person at DCR's Baxter Park on the morning of November 6th or virtually wherever you’d like.
9:00 am EDT Check-in; 9:30 am EDT Program; 10:00 am EDT Walk with Charge Running app
DCR's Baxter Park, Somerville, MA -Assembly Row & Great River Road
Tune into the Live Broadcast While You Walk
While Breathe Deep Boston will be gathering in-person on the morning of November 6th, participants from all across the country will be walking in their own neighborhoods. For those participating virtually (and those who are in-person but want to tune in on the route as they walk), the program will be broadcast in real time through the Charge Running app. Each participant will be able to hear the broadcast, snap photos to share in the live chat feature, and track their mileage. You may even hear your name called out as you cross the 5K mark!
Get ready to tune in! From your smart phone, use this unique link to download the Charge Running app. Once the app downloads, navigate to events, and click on Breathe Deep TOGETHER to add the event to your calendar. If asked for a code, use BREATHE
Have additional questions? Check out our FAQ page!
- When you make a $25 self-donation at registration, you will receive a Breathe Deep-branded Pop Socket Phone Grip
- When you raise $150, you will receive a special edition Breathe Deep TOGETHER T-shirt celebrating 20 years of events! (To guarantee delivery by event day, you must reach this milestone by October 5.)
- Find out how you can unlock more fundraising prizes!
Please send the name of your loved one (note if it is in honor or in memory), a photo, your city, and a brief paragraph to together@LUNGevity.org so we can include their names on our Tribute Wall on social media.
Alan Abrams, Niks Adonis, Marie Bahno, Kenita Barrow, Mandi Beverly, Angela Bowman, Alisa Brenes, Ann Bruen, Wanda Cartagena, Sarah Christ, Angela Churie Kallhauge, Jessi Colwell, Rachel Compagna, Richard Compagna, Tina Dormitzer, Jenna Gibson, Sandra Graham-Mason, Laura Greco, Jeronda Hairston, Phyllis Harman, Rhonda Harrison, Patti Helfand, Christina Hershey, Lisa Hutter, Barbara Kotler, Amanda Kouri, Leslie LaChance, Arlina Lagemann, Lois Levin, Linda Loughin, Lynn Matteo, Renee Mudd, Gerald Nichols, Sr., Veronica Padmos, Robert Pirtle, James Pitts, Marie Pizziferri, Shyreece Pompey, Steven Reichenberg, Christopher Reiner, Anna Reis, Khaled Shalaby, Diane Spry, Courtney Stanger, Tammy Struchen, Bonnie Von Ebers, John Whiteside, Ellen Wiederlight
Nancy Adams, Lois Aisenberg, Tracy Miller Anderson, Mary Ann Angiolillo, Ofelia Ariza, Audrey Bailey, Kay Barmore, Cheryl Marie Bastardi, Barbara Bisignano, Marge Breit, Patrick Bruno, Lisa M. Bucco, Cora Burrell, Teresa Quiroz Cardenas, Karen Cunningham, Shirley Ann Davis, MJ Destribats, Bill Drourr, Louise Fishman, Bernard J. Fitzgerald, Kathryn Fusco, Fred Gontarek, Lisa Grandinetti, Antonio Gray, Joanne M. Gross, Kathy Hamilton, Daniel A. Hoppe, Kelly Kakuk, Catherine Keeley, Gerald Keeley, Sr., Ann Keogh, Chinsoo Kim, Renina Rice Kirkland, Diane Klocek, Linda Krawiecki, Greta Kreuz, Danny LaMonaco, Gayle Levy, Jacqueline B. Libett, Michael Mattioli, Barbara Ann Meek, Jean Mellars, Barbara Miller, Colleen Nehman, Pamela Nichols, Cecelia O’Connor, Dick Pemble, Patricia Pierce, Phil Portner, Vivian Portner, Larry Ralston, Debbie Richards, Maritza Roedan, Jon Rogers, Bolola Rojas, Kenny Russell, Hal Schweickhardt, Diane Semiloff, Richard Smith, Ed Sweeney Sr., Betty Ann Testa, Anne Kane Whalen, Dena Winick, Melissa Zagon
LUNGevity strongly urges all attendees to follow the guidelines of the CDC: When attending outdoor activities, you are less likely to be exposed to COVID-19 when you stay at least 6 feet apart from people who don’t live with you. If you can’t stay at least 6 feet apart from people who don’t live with you, wear your mask.
People who have a condition or are taking medications that weaken their immune system may not be fully protected even if they are fully vaccinated. They should continue to take all precautions recommended for unvaccinated people, including wearing a well-fitted mask.