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NAMIWalks Your Way Greater Philadelphia 2020

On May 30th we joined together across the country in a National Day of Hope as participants walked “Your Way” to raise awareness, celebrate hope and recovery and stomp the stigma of mental illness.

100% funds raised by NAMIWalks Your Way Greater Philadelphia stay right here in your community and directly benefit those impacted by mental illness through no-cost education, support and advocacy programs offered by NAMI Montgomery County PA. 

THANK YOU to the many sponsors, donors, participants, content contributors and volunteers who supported our first ever Virtual NAMIWalks! Thank you for making a difference in the lives of so many and bringing awareness to mental health conditions!

NAMIWalks Your Way T-Shirts Available
NAMIWalks Your Way T-shirts are now available for those that raised $100 or more for the walk. Please CLICK HERE for list of qualifiers.
For pick-up/mailing arrangements or any questions, please contact Ellen Roberts

Participants Walking “Their Way” on May 30th!


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Questions: Ellen Roberts, Development Coordinator, 215-361-7784 or

THE 12th Annual NAMIWalks Greater Philadelphia Mental Health Awareness 5k Walk took place on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at Montgomery County Community College. The rain didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of our walkers as a record number of people joined together to raise awareness, celebrate hope and stomp the stigma of mental illness! Use this link to view some pictures of all the walk day fun:

All proceeds will enable NAMI Montgomery County PA to continue our mission of offering support, education and advocacy programs, services and events at no cost to those in need.

There was plenty of activities for individuals, families, and four legged friends which included: Craft Area with Peyton Hearts, Face Painting, pre-Walk Stretch with Aim High Studio, Bruce the Therapy Dog, Music by SoundScape Entertainment, Centre Square Fire Company Firetrucks, Sponsor Information Tables with Giveaways, Mr. Softee Ice Cream Truck, Food Tent and Members from The Durning String Band in full Mummer Parade Costume lead walkers to the starting line!
We are so Grateful to Our Guest Speakers:
Dr. Dan Gottlieb shared his message of hope, love and inspiration with walk day participants. For over 30 years, Psychologist, Dr. Daniel Gottlieb hosted “Voices in the Family,” an award-winning mental health call-in radio show aired on WHYY, Philadelphia’s NPR affiliate.  Dr. Dan also wrote a highly regarded column for the Philadelphia Inquirer titled: “Inside Out,” and has published 5 books, including an international bestseller.

Local leaders also shared motivational remarks:
Representative Thomas Murt Ed.D
4th District of Pennsylvania Representative Madeleine Dean
Montgomery Board of Commissioners Chair Valerie Arkoosh MD 
THANK YOU to our wonderful sponsors whose support helped to make this year’s walk the most successful one yet!
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NAMIWalks Greater Philadelphia took place on May 5, 2018 at Montgomery County Community College.  The sun came out and so did nearly 1,000 participants!! The walk would not have been successful with out the support of all the walkers, sponsors, volunteers, family members and loved ones! THANK YOU!!




Danny Bader, our Walk Keynote Speaker. Thank you Danny for sharing your story of recovery, resiliency and strength! To learn more about Danny Bader or to read his story visit
Aim High Studios for leading our walkers in a pre-walk stretch! Tiffany got everyone motivated and warmed up! To see classes offered or for more information on Aim High, visit



NAMIWalks Greater Philadelphia 2017

We at NAMI of PA Montgomery County are so thankful for our loyal walkers, sponsors, vendors, and friends that made our NAMIWalks 2017 a great day!  Thanks to your dedication and generosity, the 2017 NAMIWalk raised over $106,000 and brought together almost 1,000 people to raise mental health awarness through walking together.






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