Awareness Month

September is Pulmonary Fibrosis Month

Communities across Canada gear up to increase awareness of pulmonary fibrosis and raise funds for education, research and support. Education sessions are held; proclamations are issued by governments; landmarks sport red and blue lights; and groups of friends, colleagues and families gather for various activities to support those who have trouble taking a breath.

If you or a family member is living with pulmonary fibrosis, participating in one of these events or initiatives can make a positive impact on your outlook and offers hope for the future of all Canadians living with the disease.

Find out more about the most recent Pulmonary Fibrosis Awareness Month awareness activities across the country in the September 2019 issue of our newsletter Hope Breathes Here.

Read on for information about the 2019 Bubble Blowing campaign and the 2019 Awareness Month advertising campaign.

Blowing bubbles is a fun way to support people with pulmonary fibrosis

Gather your friends, family, colleagues or teammates and blow some bubbles for those who have trouble taking a breath. Use the hashtag #CPFFBubbles and post your photos and videos to Facebook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s blow bubbles this September – All Canadians – All Together! Let’s tell the world that: “Breathing should never be hard work!” Gather your friends, family, colleagues or teammates and blow some bubbles for those who have trouble taking a breath. It’s fun, affordable and everyone can take part!

Use #CPFFBubbles and share your bubble photos and videos on Facebook. Please share your post with Sharon Lee at Sharon@cpff.ca or simply post it onto the CPFF Facebook page. Let your local media know when you are going to get together and ask them to cover your bubble blowing moment in their broadcast, newspaper or online.

Check out the photo gallery from the 2018 #CPFFBubbles campaign.

Advertising campaign for September

CPFF will also be featured in On the Go magazine, distributed in the Toronto area, with an article about pulmonary fibrosis and an advertisement about the Bubble campaign, as well as short video signage in the Toronto system of underground shops and eateries. You may also see these on our social media channels. Check them out:


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

Blowing bubbles is a fun way to support people with pulmonary fibrosis

Gather your friends, family, colleagues or teammates and blow some bubbles for those who have trouble taking a breath. Use the hashtag #CPFFBubbles and post your photos and videos to Facebook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s blow bubbles this September – All Canadians – All Together! Let’s tell the world that: “Breathing should never be hard work!” Gather your friends, family, colleagues or teammates and blow some bubbles for those who have trouble taking a breath. It’s fun, affordable and everyone can take part!

Use #CPFFBubbles and share your bubble photos and videos on Facebook. Please share your post with Sharon Lee at Sharon@cpff.ca or simply post it onto the CPFF Facebook page. Let your local media know when you are going to get together and ask them to cover your bubble blowing moment in their broadcast, newspaper or online.

Check out the photo gallery from the 2018 #CPFFBubbles campaign.

Advertising campaign for September

CPFF will also be featured in On the Go magazine, distributed in the Toronto area, with an article about pulmonary fibrosis and an advertisement about the Bubble campaign, as well as short video signage in the Toronto system of underground shops and eateries. You may also see these on our social media channels. Check them out: