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SAVE. a project of NC GASP NC Group to Alleviate Smoking Pollution. Empowering. Survivors & Victims of. Tobacco-Related Illness. SAVE. Tobacco Survivors. tobacco awareness educators smoke-free policy advocates. Tobacco Survivors. motivate kids to quit smoking. Jim Martin. “.

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SAVE

a project of NC GASP

NC Group to Alleviate Smoking Pollution

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Empowering

Survivors & Victims of

Tobacco-Related Illness

SAVE

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Tobacco Survivors

tobacco awarenesseducators

smoke-free policyadvocates

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Tobacco Survivors

motivate kids toquit smoking

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I will not smoke anymore from this day forward.”

Latoya

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After hearing your story my friend who’s twelve no longer smokes.”

Tyshae

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After listening to you, I do not think I ever want a cigarette again.”

Stacy

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Your story touched me because I smoke and I’m trying to quit.”

Kris

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Tobacco Survivors

motivate kids tostay smoke-free

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After seeing what happened to you I am never going to smoke.”

Lee

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I pledge never to smoke.”

Zach

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When I got older I was going to smoke. But you’ve changed my mind about smoking.”

Kimberly

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You have changed my life to be smoke-free.”

Terika

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Tobacco Survivors

teach kids theconsequencesof smoking

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You’ve made me realize how dangerous smoking really is.”

Nevi

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I will never smoke. I don’t want a hole in my throat.”

Richard

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Now I know the horrors of smoking.”

Chet

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We remember what you said:

After you take the first cigarette, the cigarettes take you.”

Jesse

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Tobacco Survivors

empower kids assmoke-free advocates

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After your presentation I signed up for Teens Against Tobacco Use.”

Jesse

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Because of you my friends and I have changed other students’ minds about cigarettes.”

Greg

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Thanks for giving me the words to tell my dad how I feel about him smoking.”

Brae

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I’ve told everyone they should not smoke. I even told my teacher.”

Jani

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I talked to my parents about what you said and now they have stopped smoking.”

Andrea

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I have been secondhand smoking from my parents and now I leave the room.”

Graham

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Tobacco Survivors

capture kids’attention

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That’s the first time our class has ever been so quiet.”

Jenny

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When I first heard you speak I almost cried. You’ve taught me not to ever smoke.”

Rachel

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Thank you for letting me try that buzzer thing.”

Joey

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You really had my attention. Now I won’t even think about trying to smoke.”

Whitney

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Tobacco Survivors

demonstrate courage

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I know it took a lot of guts to stand up and tell your story.”

Jacqui

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Your courage to tell your story convinces me not to smoke.”

Judyth

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You are saving so many lives. You are an amazing person.”

Alex

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Tobacco Survivors

speak out as

mediaadvocates

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Tobacco Survivors

advocate for

smoke-free policies

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Governor Michael Easley

presents proclamation to Gary Miner

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Laryngectomy Day

at the North Carolina Legislature

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Laryngectomy Day

at the North Carolina Legislature

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Tobacco Survivors

scope of service

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October ‘00 - December ‘01

500 presentations

reaching

30,000 young people

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survivors

20

October ‘00 - December ‘01

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schools

200

October ‘00 - December ‘01

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presentations

500

October ‘00 - December ‘01

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Survivors’ Volunteer Hours

requested

granted

1,500

1,500

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Tobacco Survivors

show the way

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Seeing you is like seeing a blessing. Thank you for touching our lives.”

Jeffrey

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I’ve decided not to smoke. You have probably saved my future.”

Patrick

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Your visit made me feel how precious life is.”

Sharonda

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SAVE

www.tobaccosurvivors.org

888-8-VOICES