Infants or young children who suffer from asthma lack the capacity to operate an inhaler on their own, so young children usually require a device called a spacer—a valved holding chamber that attaches to inhalers so that youngsters can properly dispense and breathe in medication for their lungs. As part of its overall mission to help all people breathe with ease, Ontario Lung Association hopes to donate asthma spacers to children whose families can’t afford them.
Ontario Lung Association is among Canada’s leading not-for-profit health organizations and has invested more than $27 million into research to help the prevention and control of asthma and other chronic lung diseases. To help children in need properly receive their asthma medication, Ontario Lung Association relies completely on donors and educational partners for funding. Half of all new asthma cases in Ontario occur in children under the age of 15, and asthma is a leading cause of hospitalization and absenteeism from school.
Join G-Team and donate $10 to help Ontario Lung Association give asthma spacers to children from families in need. If G-Team members raise $350, then the Ontario Lung Association can give 10 children spacers. Each additional $35 raised will be used to give another child an asthma spacer.
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