NAMIWalks Your Way NYC

Join us on May 22, 2021

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 Inspired by Our Community of Hope

Saturday, May 22 was an amazing day and it wouldn't have been possible without YOU.

Thank you for championing #MentalHealthForAll and supporting NAMI-NYC's programming through your fundraising efforts, whether you're a seasoned Walk Star or if this is your first time participating in NAMIWalks NYC. 

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Donate & Support #MentalHealthForAll

Help us reach our $650,000 goal! We're still accepting donations through June 30 for one reason - mental health affects us all in so many ways, and NAMI-NYC's programs are needed for our community. 

Donate today - thank you!

 

Missed Our Earlier Unity Week Panels? We've got you covered!

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HBO’s “In Treatment” – Mental Health Panel

Watch our panel event led by Emmy Award winner Uzo Aduba (“Orange is the New Black”), star of HBO’s returning drama series “In Treatment.” 

Uzo leads a discussion on mental health and the media, moderated by our executive director Matt Kudish, streaming on the HBO Max Youtube channel 

Joining Uzo for the panel are co-showrunners, executive producers and writers Jennifer Schurr and Joshua Allen, and series co-star Quintessa Swindell. 

 

 

Event Date:

Saturday, May 22, 2021

 

Location:

Virtually Anywhere!

Participate in NAMIWalks Your Way through social media and our Live feeds
 

 
#NotAlone
 
#MentalHealthForAll
 
#MentalHealthMatters

Event Time:

Opening Ceremony

11 am - 12:30 pm EST

Immediately Followed by Afterparty Sponsored by Miraval Berkshires Resorts & Spa

 

 

Contact Us:

NAMI NYC
505 8th Avenue
Suite 1103
New York, NY 10018

  

Sarah Sheahan, Director of Events[email protected]

212-684-3365 x 207

 

Grand Marshal - Mark Ruffalo 

We are honored to have Mark Ruffalo, three-time Oscar nominee, and the 2020 Emmy winner and 2021 Golden Globe winner for HBO’s acclaimed series “I Know This Much is True,” as grand marshal for NAMIWalks NYC.

 

Listen to a message of community support from Mark as we kick-off Mental Health Awareness Month 

 

 

Join us for A United Day of Hope

For the second year in a row, NAMIWalks will be a little different — while making a lot of difference. It’s going to be “your way,” just like 2020’s phenomenally successful events — as we prove our resilience by stretching our limits anew and making the event our own.

Our collective mental health needs are at their greatest now.  One in three U.S. adults reported experiencing depression or anxiety since the pandemic began. NAMI’s programs and advocacy are needed more than ever, and with your help, we are pleased to present NAMIWalks Your Way on Saturday, May 22, 2021,

What is NAMIWalks Your Way? 

On May 22, 2021, NAMIWalks will be a virtually virtual experience, united with NAMIWalks across the country. NAMIWalks Your Way means instead of putting one foot in front of the other, you get to put one feat in front of the other: participants get to use their creativity, with the main rule that we continue to advance towards our goal by leaps and bounds. The choice is yours on how you want to make this spring’s event fit into this spring’s reality.

Creativity Rules: What participants are doing on event day

  • Walking 7,000+ steps for a 5K their way
  • Planning a craft day with their kids 
  • Holding a virtual bake-off with their team   
  • Practicing self-care with a favorite hobby: yoga, gardening, knitting 
  • Doing a 5K on the treadmill or stationary bike 
  • Creating a safe and socially distanced stroll in their neighborhood  

Take photos and videos and share your activity on favorite social media with the link to your walk fundraising page and the hashtag #NotAlone. Together we can make a difference for people affected by mental illness,

The only limit of NAMIWalks Your Way is staying safe, healthy, and inspired. Share your ideas with us.

Remember: United, we insist on Mental Health for All.

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