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Make a Difference in the PH Community: How to Apply for a Lantos Community Service Award

January 18, 2012

Do you see a challenge in the PH community and have an idea for how to solve it? A Lantos Community Service Award can provide you with money and support to make your idea a reality.

For example, when Katie Grace Groebner began IV treatment for her PH at age 5, she needed a bag for her pump. Her mom's search for a child-appropriate bag led to a search for something that would make living with PH easier for young PHers everywhere and eventually to a Lantos Community Service Award.

Learn more about how to get support for your idea during this webinar with PHA staff. Award winners may even receive a $1,000 scholarship for PHA's International Conference!

Learn more about Lantos Community Service Awards

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Presenter Information

Mollie Katz

Mollie Katz, PHA's Vice President Community Engagement

Mollie Katz, PHA’s new vice president of community engagement, oversees the Tom Lantos Innovation in Community Service Awards. These awards provide up to $5,000 to fund ideas from the PH community to raise awareness of or educate about PH, to advocate for PH or to develop new services to help people with PH and their loved ones. An experienced presenter and trainer, Mollie has an extensive background in using public relations to advance health care causes.

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