CindyA Posted January 23, 2014 Share Posted January 23, 2014 Become a grassroots lung cancer advocate Never underestimate the power of one person to make a difference! When you become a local lung cancer advocate, you join your voice with those of grassroots advocates across the country. An “advocate” is a person willing to donate his or her time, talent, financial, or other resources to advance lung cancer awareness and funding to help save lives. You have an important story to tell about lung cancer, one that affects everyone, and you’ll find that people will listen. What Does It Take to Be an Advocate? When it comes to lung cancer advocacy, there are three main sources of power: money, authority, and people power. The third is just as influential as the first two, if not more so. When a group of like-minded individuals work together for change, that is power in numbers that cannot be denied! You don’t have to be anyone extraordinary to be an advocate. You don’t have to be a medical professional or an expert or have had any previous connection to lung cancer before it personally affected you. Knowledge is power, and you can use your personal story and some facts to raise awareness and make a real difference in your community in the fight against lung cancer. Request your free LUNGevity TOOL KIT TODAY! Read more & sign up today with this link http://ow.ly/sT6GI Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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