NAMIWalks Westchester

Join us on May 18, 2019

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Date:                         Saturday, May 18, 2019

Time:                        8:30 a.m. Check-in; 8:50 Warm-up; 9:00 a.m. Walk

Location:                 Rye Town Park, 95 Dearborn Avenue, Rye, NY 10580
                                                         Free on-site parking.

Contact:                   Marie Considine, Director of Development         
                                                         (914) 258-7613,

Distance:                 5K (3.1 miles) - "Easy Route Option" is 1/2 the route

Who's welcome?   Everyone! No fee to register or minimum to raise.
                                                          Leashed dogs and strollers are welcome. 



This year, we are celebrating our seventh year of NAMIWalks, the nation's largest mental health awareness and fundraising event.

NAMIWalks Westchester is a fun, family-friendly event for all ages and there is no cost to register. Leashed dogs are welcome, too!

There are multiple ways you can make a difference: as a sponsor, committee member, team captain, team member, individual walker, or volunteer. Choose any and all opportunities! Teens can earn community service hours by volunteering for our walk. 

However you participate, you will be joining NAMI's movement to raise awareness of mental health and to raise funds to support our HelpLine and programs that further our mission to help individuals and families right here in Westchester County.  Thank you!

Thank you to our Walk Day Supporters and In-Kind Donors


Diana Cusumano will offer a yoga warm-up and The Westchester Balloon Co. will decorate with a
balloon arch and do balloon twisting. We will have coffee, bagels and other refreshments for you courtesy of Bagel Emporium and Starbucks, Elements Massage will offer free massages and 107.1 The Peak will have some games and prizes. Making Faces Parties will offer free henna designs, and DJ Sizzle will create a festive atmosphere with great tunes!


Register today and join us as we improve the lives of those affected by mental illness in our community!



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