2017 NAMIWalks – Make Waves for Mental Health!
NAMIWalks is a nationwide fundraising and mental health awareness program held in communities across the country. Georgia hosts three annual NAMIWalks events.
Sharing the NAMIWalks fundraising challenge with friends is exciting and meaningful – we welcome you to join in the fun as Georgia walks for mental health!
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Grant Park, Atlanta
Do you have questions? Email Walk Manager Rachel Barber at email@example.com
Have some fun and be part of the team! Sign up to volunteer at NAMIWalks Georgia.
There is no walker registration fee for the Walk. All participants are encouraged to collect donations from family members, friends, co-workers and business associates in support of their participation in the Walk.
All the funds collected by walkers will be used to fund NAMI’s programs right here in Georgia and directly support our affiliates and chapters. These programs include support, education, research and advocacy involving schizophrenia, bipolar disorder (manic depression), major depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and severe anxiety disorders.
Companies, organizations and families are encouraged to organize teams of walkers made up of employees, organization members, relatives and friends to take part in the Walk.
All walkers raising $100 or more will receive a 2017 NAMIWalks T-shirt. Walkers are eligible for additional prizes with more money raised!
NAMI Georgia is very proud to have these distinguished members of our community serving as this year’s NAMIWalks Georgia Honorary Co-Chairs!
Senator Renee Unterman represents District 45, part of Gwinnett County, in the Georgia State Senate. She chairs the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services, and the Appropriations Committee’s subcommittee on HHS, as well as the Rules Committee and the Committee on Assignments. During her tenure in the Senate, Unterman has concentrated on healthcare policy, serving seniors and children, as well as disadvantaged Georgians.
Brenda Wood, veteran 11Alive evening anchor recently retired after 20 years at the station and 40 years in the news business. She has interviewed notables from President Jimmy Carter and Egypt’s former First Lady Jehan Sadat to civil rights icons Ambassador Andrew J. Young and Congressman John Lewis to Cher and rapper T.I.. Over the years, she has hosted and produced award-winning prime time specials and taken home 20 Emmys.
Thank you to Our Gracious NAMIWalks Georgia Sponsors!