You can help improve lung cancer outcomes! Your participation and fundraising in Free to Breathe Kites for a Cure builds awareness and funds vital research programs dedicated to improving lung cancer outcomes.
Kites for a Cure was created in memory of Elliot Chalmé A’H as Elliot's Legacy by family and friends. Elliot passed away from lung cancer in 2006 at the age of 56. His legacy continues to live on through his wife, sons, grandchildren and all who knew him.
Kites for a Cure has drawn hundreds of participants in New Jersey, where they fly kites in honor of Elliott and raise awareness and funds for lung cancer research. Now in its thirteenth year, this unique event will take place virtually and be open for all to participate in honor of their loved ones with lung cancer.