No matter how pulmonary hypertension entered your life, all members of the PH community share common goals – to end the isolation of living with this rare disease, to help inform and educate others about PH and ultimately to find a cure. By joining together in this fight we grow stronger every day.

Fundraising during Awareness Month

Joy and Vern Gore hosted the "Let's Breathe" Bullhead City Six Minute Marathon

Awareness Month provides us all with a unique opportunity to not only increase awareness of pulmonary hypertension but to raise funds to support much-needed community services and bring us closer to a cure.

While there may not be enough time between now and November to plan a large-scale event, there are other ways to help fundraise as together we focus on Lighting the Way to a Better Tomorrow.

Fundraising throughout the year

Even when it's not Awareness Month, we invite you to become involved in one of our fundraising programs. These programs raise awareness while raising funds, and they provide multiple opportunities for others to show their support for you and the entire PH community.

Fundraising opportunities can range from a 200 guest gala to a 10 person work party, or a single personal fundraising page! PHA is here to help you every step of the way. Get involved and help keep PHA services and research thriving.


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The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) awarded PHA the Abbey S. Meyers Leadership Award in 2012 for outstanding service to PHA members in advocacy, education and other key areas.