Our Vision: A world in which everyone living with pulmonary fibrosis has a better future
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Can you support us and do something amazing? You can take part in a fundraising challenge, run a marathon or plan your own event to raise awareness and funds for our charity.Get fundraising now!
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We are committed to working with Healthcare Professionals; to educate, inform and support. Sign up to our ILD nurse study sessions and take a look at our materials for HCPs.Read more
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Here's what our fundraisers have been up to!
Millie and Alice Wise and friends take on The 3 Peaks Challenge!
A incredible group of fundraisers have raised £9507 for Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis by taking on The 3 Peaks Challenge! Sisters Alice and Millie Wise along with a group of close friends and family took on the challenge. A huge thanks to the team: Alice Wise, Millie Wise, Harry Biddle, Amy Stoddart, Charlie Truepenny, Joe Taylor, Katie Tyrrell and Lucia Tyrrell!
"We did the 3 Peaks Challenge for our dad, Jon Wise, who was diagnosed with IPF in 2016. As little is know about the disease, we wanted to raise awareness, as well as raising money for a fantastic charity. We completed the challenge in 23 hours and 53 minutes, through some horrific weather, but it was all worth it!"Miliie Wise
BreathingSpace team in Rotherham complete the Sheffield 10K
During IPF week the fantastic BreathingSpace Team in Rotherham completed the Sheffield 10K for APF!
Join our Voice of the Patient Council
If you are a patient in the UK with PF we would like to invite you to join our Voice of the Patient Council