Lace up for longer, stronger lives! Join our one-week Miles for CF March Runners Madness campaign to support healthy physical activities for children and adults living with cystic fibrosis.
Make a donation of $50 or $100 and we will show our appreciation with a free race entry into Publix Atlanta Half Marathon or 5K, March 17, 2019! Your donation of $100 makes you eligible for Half Marathon entry and $50 makes you eligible for 5K entry. Once processed, we’ll send you the access code for a free entry ! Redeem the code when you register on the Publix Marathon website.
In addition to getting yourself a race entry, your $100 donation could pay for swimming lessons for a toddler with cystic fibrosis. $50 could cover a week of running camp for a CF child.
Not a runner but still want to make a donation to support our cause? Any amount you donate helps us help people with cystic fibrosis run their best race to a longer, stronger life.
Time Sensitive Offer: CUT OFF FOR THIS OFFER IS MARCH 8. Thank you for helping us help those with CF live longer, stonger lives.
Cystic Fibrosis is a progressive, life-shortening genetic disease that affects the respiratory and digestive systems, making it increasingly hard to breathe as the disease progresses. Training to run or participate in an endurance event takes the kind of effort that people living with cystic fibrosis must endure every day just to breathe. Supporters grow to appreciate the strength and perseverance of the children and adults living with CF. It is truly a marathon disease!
Miles for Cystic Fibrosis, an Atlanta-based nonprofit, encourages and supports exercise and physical activity for individuals with cystic fibrosis through our BreatheStrong program. BreatheStrong provides financial grants for healthy physical activities to help children and adults living with CF increase their exercise routine, with the goal of living longer, stronger lives. We also raise funds to provide emergency financial assistance to people with CF and their families and to support CF care and research toward better treatments and a cure. Learn more at https://www.milesforcf.org/.