What is Kids for Smoke-Free Air Challenge?
The Kids for Smoke-Free Air Challenge is for youth to collect signatures from adults, pledging to keep their home and car smoke and e-cigarette vapor free. This challenge is designed to bring awareness to the dangers of secondhand smoke and help organizations earn money for programs.
Have Taken the Pledge
How it Works?
The Department of Health Tobacco Use Prevention and Control program will initially hold a brief staff training prior to the Challenge Kickoff. During the Challenge Kickoff, the group will be engaged in a short activity and learn how the Challenge works. Each participant will receive a pledge card, on which they can collect signatures from adults who pledge not to smoke or vape in their homes and cars.
Interested in Taking The Challenge?
Making a Difference in New Mexico
- 13 Counties
- 96 total staff trained
- 759 total youth trained
- 6,228 total pledges collected
- $13,000 earned by youth organizations
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