Welcome to NAMI Greater Cleveland
NAMI Greater Cleveland is dedicated to empowering persons affected by mental illness and their family members to achieve a better quality of life by providing them with support, education, referral and advocacy.
Presented by The Cleveland Clinic
Saturday, August 29, Edgewater Park
Goal: $154,000 for support groups, educational programs,
helpline information, advocacy programs offered by NAMI Greater Cleveland at no cost.
9 a.m.: Registration and children’s activities begin.
9:30 a.m.: Warm-up with line dancing
10 a.m.: Walk steps off
Here is How You Can Raise $1,000 and Make a Difference in Someone’s Life
- NAMIWalks strives to be inclusive, so we has no registration fee or fundraising minimum.
- Our model is based on a lot of people raising a small piece of the pie, and not on a few people raising large sums of money.
- The size of Walk Teams vary from 1 person to 100 people. The average Team is 10 people. If each of person commits to raising $100, a Team consisting of 10 people can raise $1,000!
Now is the time to get started:
- Register online as a Team Captain: namiwalks.org/greatercleveland
- Recruit 9 Team Members.
- Everyone set a goal to raise $100.
- Reach out to your family members, friends, co-workers, asking them to make a donation to your Walk Team.
- Get fundraising tips, Walk posters and Walk brochures by contacting Lisa Dellafiora at 216-875-0266 or email@example.com.
- Ask your dentist, veterinarian, hair dresser/barber, insurance agent, financial planner, attorney, real estate agent to donate to your Team.
- Join us for NAMIWalks 2015 on Saturday, August 29.
We look forward to seeing you at NAMIWalks 2015!
To register to walk or for more information click here
Contact Lisa Dellafiora at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-875-0266
for more information about NAMIWalks or to request a Team Captain kit.
In The News: Nami Greater Cleveland
July 3, 2015
WASHINGTON — More than 90,000 people in Connecticut are struggling with severe mental illness. But nearly half of them will go untreated, slipping through the cracks of the mental health system and landing in unemployment, homelessness or even prison. The mentally ill are twice as likely to be incarcerated as to be hospitalized, according to more »
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