Join Us for the Second Annual Cleveland NEDA Walk
The second annual Cleveland NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association) Walk is set to take place on Saturday, Oct. 18, to raise awareness and funds in the fight against eating disorders.
The Emily Program – Cleveland is sponsoring and actively participating in this important event, and we hope you can join us. The event is designed to educate and bring together our community, while also raising funds that go toward NEDA's programs and services.
We launched the team, The Emily Program, Cleveland, with a fundraising goal of $500. We encourage you to join our walking team or donate to this great cause (if you are able and medically cleared to do so). Register today! The password to join our team is TEP2014.
The Cleveland NEDA Walk will be held at the Holden Arboretum Display Gardens in Willoughby. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., with an opening ceremony at 10 a.m., where TEP-Cleveland's Dr. Mark Warren will be a featured speaker. The walk will begin at noon. We will have a table there to answer questions and educate participants about our eating disorder treatment programs.
NEDA walks have become one of the primary ways of gaining visibility for eating disorders nationwide. These events began in the spring of 2009 and today have grown to more than 50 walks across the nation. Each year, the events raise more than $2 million to help NEDA and NEDA network members fund awareness, prevention, service and treatment programs.
To join our team or to donate to the cause, visit Cleveland NEDA Walk. We look forward to seeing you there!