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We strive to make an impact on communities around the world. Here are the stories behind our work.

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Viva La Vino Wine Night

Join us for Viva La Vino Wine Tasting Series!

Join CHEST’s wine aficionado, CEO Bob Musacchio, PhD, on a year-long tour of the vine. You’ll be introduced to a variety of wines from a particular region from domestic to foreign, including champagne, red, white, and rosé. Funds raised support the CHEST Foundation’s initiatives to address health disparities and support our vulnerable communities.

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CHEST Escape: First Contact

Escape or disaster: what will be your outcome? 

Reserve spots for you and your team for the upcoming CHEST Escape Room! This unique learning experience features a variety of medical puzzles and requires your team to test their knowledge and problem-solving skills. All registrants will have a chance to win tickets to upcoming CHEST Foundation events. Plus, it’s free to play!

This educational activity is sponsored by CoapTech. The educational content for this activity was developed independently from the sponsor.

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Foundation Listening Tour featured on local news

A local news station covered the CHEST Foundation’s final stop on the listening tour—Phoenix, Arizona. The area has been hit hard by COVID-19, with disadvantaged populations having higher infection and death rates. See how our work to promote health care access for all is helping shed light on these disparities.

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2020 Listening Tour

What makes a foundation truly impactful? Some would argue that it’s the organization’s willingness to continually have uncomfortable conversations about the issues negatively impacting our society today – the issues that stem from years of silence and decades of systematic oppression.

The difficulty and awkwardness of these conversations lays in the fact that they revolve around race, and more often than not, health outcomes. These are the problems that affect our most deserving, underserved communities, and it’s clear that they can no longer be ignored. We need to start listening now.