JTV® Supports the Respiratory Health Association® with Catch Your Breath® Campaign

JTV (Jewelry Television) announced a new partnership with Respiratory Health Association and the “Catch Your Breath” campaign to support the fight against women’s lung disease and educate the public about the disproportionate effects of lung disease on women. National jewelry retailer and broadcast network, JTV, will promote the Catch Your Breath campaign throughout the month of February to increase awareness and educate viewers about the risks of lung disease, while raising funds for Respiratory Health Association’s Catch Your Breath initiative for women and lung health.

JTV is also making it easy for viewers to join the Catch Your Breath initiative, with opportunities to participate and show support for the cause.

  • Tune in to JTV on Friday, Feb. 1, 2019 and throughout the weekend for a special Give More, Save More event. Donate to JTV’s Catch Your Breath campaign in February to receive a promotional Catch Your Breath offer.
  • Throughout February, JTV is offering a special Catch Your Breath crystal butterfly pin/pendant with 50 percent of the selling price donated directly to Respiratory Health Association to help fund important research and educational programs.
  • Learn more about the risk factors and symptoms of lung disease. Visit JTV.com/breath to learn how you can enhance your lung health.

“The number of lung disease cases has increased tremendously over the last three decades, and unfortunately, women have been disproportionally affected,” said Tim Matthews, CEO of JTV. “With the majority of JTV customers being women, working with Respiratory Health Association on the Catch Your Breath campaign is one way we can help make a greater impact for our consumers. We’re looking forward to helping bring awareness to the risks of lung disease and contributing to increased funding for vital research.”

“Women’s lung health is the public health crisis no one is talking about. One out of every six women in the United States is living with chronic lung disease such as asthma, COPD, or lung cancer, yet federal research funding for these diseases is severely lacking,” says Joel Africk, President and CEO at Respiratory Health Association. “That’s why the ‘Catch Your Breath’ campaign and our partnership with JTV are so important – it is critical we get people talking about this issue and work to turn the tide in the fight against lung disease.”

For more information and to donate, please visit www.jtv.com/breath or www.womenslunghealth.org.

Please Note: JTV is a proud supporter of Respiratory Health Association’s Catch Your Breath movement. This in no way implies an endorsement from Respiratory Health Association in regard to JTV’s products or services.

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