With your support, we continue to campaign for better lung health.
Thanks to the help of our thousands of supporters, we campaign on a wide range of important lung health issues in the UK. From raising awareness to contributing to government policy, we're working hard to make sure the voices of everyone affected by a lung condition will be heard.
Smoking in cars with children
Smoking in a car, even with the windows down or air conditioning on, exposes passengers to potentially toxic levels of second-hand smoke.
The risk is even greater for children, who have smaller lungs, faster breathing, and less-developed immune systems.
Find out more about our smoking in cars campaign
Plain packaging for cigarettes
Around two thirds of current smokers start before the age of 18. It’s vital to stop the tobacco industry from using carefully-designed packaging to attract young smokers.
Find out more about plain packaging for cigarettes
World COPD Day 2015
World COPD Day took place on Wednesday 19 November 2014. We're raising awareness and encouraging people to manage their COPD for a better quality of life.
Get involved with World COPD Day
Over the next 30 years 60,000 people will die from mesothelioma – unless new treatments are found. We’re calling on the insurance industry to invest more in research funding.
Ask your MP to support our mesothelioma campaign
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF)
We're calling for more to be done to help fight IPF and the devastating impact it has on the people affected. Find out how we're driving change in parliament, research and treatment for IPF.
Find out more about our IPF campaigns
Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)
Awareness levels of OSA are low, but treatment is available and is often very effective. We’re campaigning to raise awareness of OSA and to improve OSA services nationwide.
Find out more about our OSA campaigns
Campaigning stories on our blog
We couldn't do it without you. Read the stories from the people involved in our campaigns, from politicians to health care professionals and people living with conditions themselves.
Read our campaigning stories