NAMIWalks Greater Philadelphia
WALK FOR MENTAL HEALTH
Every journey begins with that first step. Through NAMIWalks Greater Philadelphia’s public, active display of support for people affected by mental illness, we are changing our American communities and ensuring that help and hope are available for those in need. The walk is a great day to promote mental health awareness and celebrate recovery and resiliency.
Join us for NAMIWalks Greater Philadelphia on May 5, 2018 at Montgomery County Community College. Registration opens at 8am, walk begins at 10am, rain or shine! We are busy finalizing plans but we promise a fun morning with plenty of activities for individuals, families, and four legged friends which will include: live musical entertainment, kids & dog craft area, walk “warm up” with a fitness trainer, dance acts, firetrucks, rest area, sponsor information center, guest speakers, food tent and much more! The walk website is now open, so register as an individual, a team and/or a sponsor to help us stomp the stigma of mental illness!
While there is no minimum required to walk, we encourage all walkers to get involved by registering on our website, setting up a walk page and doing their best to collect donations from families, friends, co-workers and business associates.
Forming a walk team is a great way to bring your co-workers, community groups, families and groups of friends together to raise awareness and support recovery in our community.
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Click GreatPhilly2018WALK-SponsorBrochure for sponsorship opportunities.
Questions, contact Ellen Roberts, Development Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-361-7784
Check out our great Incentive Program!
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.