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Face Painter at Lung Run/Walk Twin Cities

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ORGANIZATION: A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation

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Do you have experience with face painting and want to use your skills to give back to the community? Support individuals and families impacted by lung cancer as a volunteer face painter at A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation’s 2024 Lung Run/Walk on Saturday August 10, 2024 (7:30am-11:00am). One of the largest lung cancer events in America, the Twin Cities Lung Run/Walk is a fun way to bring important information about lung cancer to participants.

This volunteer position will be in our Kids Activity Area. Basic face painting experience needed.

Position Duties

  • Provide face painting to Kids participating in the event.

Qualifications And Skills

  • Experience with face painting.
  • Bring your own face paiting supplies
  • Ability to engage event attendees

Benefits to Volunteer

  • Practice your skills at a fun event
  • Support survivors and families impacted by lung cancer
  • A written review from our organization
  • Advertise your business at our event (business card or flyer available to attendees)

Learn more about A Breath of Hope's 2024 Lung Run/Walk Twin Cities at 2024 Lung Run/Walk Twin Cities - A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation

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About A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation


1001 Twelve Oaks Center Dr. Suite 1017, Wayzata, MN 55391, US

Mission Statement

Defeating Lung Cancer, Bringing Hope Worldwide! A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation fights lung cancer by funding innovative U.S. lung cancer research, raising awareness and supporting lung cancer patients and families.


A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation was founded in 2008 by a group of lung cancer patients who were concerned about the lack of awareness and research funding for lung cancer, the deadliest of all cancers. Societal blame has long held lung cancer in the shadow of other less deadly cancers, leaving a public that does not understand the risks, nor recognize symptoms. Currently, only 26.6% of those diagnosed will live five years following their diagnosis, and 60% of those diagnosed are nonsmokers. To raise awareness about lung cancer is to create a path toward improved wellness, earlier detection, and an increased survival rate. To this end, A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation holds events to raise awareness and help fund research focused on creating more survivors in our country. We also host programs that provide rides, companionship, and support groups to those who face cancer without the support they need.


Children & Youth
Health & Medicine
Children & Youth, Community, Health & Medicine


Sat Aug 10, 2024
07:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Lake Harriet Bandshell Park4135 W Lake Harriet PkwyMinneapolis, MN 55409



  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • People Skills


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • 3.5 hours
  • Provide your own supplies

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