Hope Breathes Here Virtual Event. Join us!
Pulmonary fibrosis is a progressive lung disease that makes it difficult to breathe and accomplish daily tasks. This disease has a huge impact on patients, caregivers, and our community. While there is no cure, the Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (CPFF) and our community are passionately working together to support people living with PF and to find a cure. Throughout the month of September, Hope Breathes Here events will raise awareness, funds, and hope through Canada-wide virtual events that are accessible, informative, and fun.
Four weeks for pulmonary fibrosis. Let’s raise awareness, hope and funds.
Clarke Walk For Pulmonary Fibrosis
Join the Clarke family and fellow Canadians as we walk to help Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (CPFF) raise awareness and funds for a pulmonary fibrosis cure. Walk on your own or with a team throughout September, and let’s see how many kilometers we can collectively walk from coast-to-coast. Learn more and pledge your support.
Virtual Bubbles Event
Join neighbours across Canada on Labour Day Monday for an exciting virtual bubbles experience in augmented reality, from your home, yard, balcony or anywhere else. Download the snapd HUB app onto your mobile phone or tablet and join the Labour Day virtual event to experience virtual bubbles.
CPFF Educational Forums
Participate in informative CPFF Educational Forums about pulmonary fibrosis, through virtual video sessions on the CPFF Virtual Portal during the month of September. Get expert insights and support from medical and healthcare professionals, and connect with other PF patients and caregivers across Canada. Get access to the CPFF Virtual Portal.
Hope Breathes Here Wrap-up & Applause
Join your neighbours across Canada as we come together to watch a slide show of memorable Hope Breathes Here event moments and celebrate a month of learning, friendship, and fundraising. Use the hashtag #hopebreatheshere in your Facebook or Twitter posts to be featured on our home page and in our closing slideshow.
Pulmonary Fibrosis 101: Educational Forums
Bring your questions and join healthcare professionals as they unpack pulmonary fibrosis. Learn what it is, what you can expect, and how to manage this disease.
Hope Breathes Here Progress
Clarke Walk for Pulmonary Fibrosis – let’s walk across Canada!
- 101% 101%
Funds raised – thank you for your support!
- 48% 48%
Time Left to Get Involved
Campaign ends Sept.30, 2020
Melissa Sulpher, 38 years old, is not your typical person living with pulmonary fibrosis. Most are diagnosed, after several medical consultations, when they are in their 60s. Melissa’s case took quite some time to pin down, especially because of her age. Pregnant with...
- Melissa Sulpher - Melissa Sulpher, 38 years old, is not your typical person living with pulmonary fibrosis. Most are diagnosed, after several medical consultations, when they are in their 60s. Melissa’s case took quite some time to pin down, especially because of her age. Pregnant...