Dave Ison Attends Public Charity Event Promoting Lung Health In Central Ohio
Local Recipients Share Stories About Support From The Breathing Association
Dave Ison, along with members of the central Ohio community, attended a luncheon sponsored by The Breathing Association of Columbus, May 10.
The event named, “Breathe the Story,” featured testimonials from recipients of lung care services offered by the Breathing Association. Recipients include people with breathing problems related to kidney disease, asthma, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Thousands of families in the Columbus area have benefited from the lung care services offered by the association.
Their testimonials are powerful and compelling. These people face life-threatening daily struggles. Without assistance from The Breathing Association, their lives would be seriously compromised.
“Most everyone I know has some personal knowledge of, story about, or a loved one with breathing problems,” Mr. Ison said. “We’ve had COPD and other substantial breathing issues in my family. It was a great pleasure to attend this luncheon. I feel strongly about helping this organization and to get its message out,” he said.
Speakers at the luncheon included outgoing Breathing Association Chair, P. Jeffrey Pizzola who is also the Group CFO and COO at Americana Development Inc., part of American Kenda Rubber Ind. Co., LTD.
Also in attendance was Angela An, a news anchor at WBNS-10TV, and a five-time Emmy award winner.
The luncheon was held at Villa Milano restaurant in Columbus.
For more information visit: http://www.breathingassociation.org/
About The Breathing Association
The Breathing Association serves the community as the leading resource for promoting lung health and preventing lung disease through education, detection, service, and treatment.
It fulfills its mission in its Lung Health Clinic, Home Energy Assistance program and home outreach programs by:
Providing exemplary, results oriented services to people who are suffering from lung and breathing disorders.
Partnering with health care professionals, businesses, donors and community leaders to educate the community about the devastating impacts of lung disease and to support Breathing Association programs.
Forecasting long-term community lung health needs.
Advocating for positive community wide approaches to improving lung health.
Creating and providing population-specific education and treatment services.
Maximizing the health and quality of life for low-income and minority populations.
Telephone: (614) 457-4570
Fax: (614) 457-3777
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