The ANR Foundation, a 501(c)3 incorporated in 1984, aims to promote nonsmoking as the national norm through prevention and education programs, information dissemination, technical assistance, and capacity building trainings. Our goals include educating the public about the health effects of secondhand smoke and the benefits of smokefree environments. Our efforts are intended to improve community health, prevent youth and young adults from starting to smoke, and ultimately to save lives from the disease and death caused by secondhand smoke. We have had significant successes protecting public health and saving lives through our efforts. The population protected by smokefree workplace, restaurant, and bar policies increased from 17% to 61% between 2006 and 2019. While the increase in protections is encouraging, 39% of the population continues to be exposed to secondhand smoke, a Group A carcinogen, known to cause cancer in humans.