There’s still time to join the Webolutions Denver Fight for Air Climb team!
We’re proud to be a corporate sponsor for the 10th Annual event that benefits the American Lung Association!
As we plan our ascent of Denver’s Republic Plaza (the tallest building in the Mountain West!) on February 22, we invite you to start your own team, join the Webolutions Revolutions team or participate as a donor and make a contribution today!
This “vertical road race” has climbers race up 56 floors (1,098 steps) all in support of the American Lung Association. Whether you want to just get active or push yourself to achieve a new physical feat, the Fight for Air Climb’s ultimate goal is to raise money to fund research, education and advocacy for those with lung disease including asthma, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and fighting external threats to lung health such as tobacco, air pollution and more.
When a person has lost someone due to lung illness, they experience sorrow that runs deep. Having a loved one who has difficulty breathing is a difficult journey. By forming a team (or joining ours) we all contribute to something more important than ourselves. We’re making an impact for individuals and families, but we’re also making a difference in our community.
Webolutions’ Culture of Commitment
Webolutions strives to make a positive impact in our community by supporting the volunteer and charitable pursuits of our team members and by serving as a corporate sponsor for several charitable events throughout the year.
“There are things in life that we do because we have to, and there are things we are inspired to do! We are inspired to support the American Lung Association, an organization that makes a difference in millions of lives every day!” said John Vachalek, CEO of Webolutions, about Webolutions’ commitment to the Fight for Air Climb.
How to Use This Information
If you’d like to join community-minded athletic events with our group, you are encouraged to join the Webolutions Revolutions team on Facebook. We also encourage each other in physical conditioning and health. It makes training so much easier when you know someone else that cares about you. It’s personally rewarding to help someone else who appreciates it! We hope to see you at the Fight for Air Climb!
Can we count on you?