NAMIWalks Northern California

Join us on May 4, 2019

Register Now! Donate To This Event

 

Date:

Saturday, May 4, 2019

 

Distance:

5k  (3 loops) 
with 1 or 2 mile options available

 

Location:

William Land Park, Village Green  (corner of Sutterville Road & Freeport Blvd)  Sacramento, CA

FREE PARKING at Sacramento City College through the main entrance on Sutterville Road. Please look for the NAMIWalks Volunteers in Orange T-shirts to get your free parking pass available 7:00 am - 10 am on Walk Day!  Free shuttle to event location provided by PRIDE Industries.

Contact:

Leslie Harbaugh, Walk Coordinator
916-749-6167
leslie.uptogood@gmail.com

Check-in time:

8:00 am

Start time:

9:00 am - Program 
10:00 am - Walk starts

 
 

Welcome to the offical page for the 10th Annual NAMIWalks Northern California!

Thank you for your interest in joining us as part of the largest mental health awareness and fundraising event in Sacramento!  

NAMIWalks is a fun, family-friendly, dog-friendly, inclusive and accessible event and there is no cost to register.

 

There are multiple ways you can make a difference with NAMIWalks: as a sponsor, team captain, team member, individual walker, or volunteer! However you participate in NAMIWalks, you will be joining NAMI's movement to raise awareness of mental illness and raise funds for our mission to help individuals and families right here in our region.

Please join NAMI affiliates from Amador, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Solano and Yolo Counties and register for NAMIWalks Northern California today!! 

 
T-shirt contest!!  Did you know that we have a T-shirt contest for our Teams on Walk Day?   We love to see Teams walking together in their matching shirts!
Check out the winning team from last year and some of our other amazing & colorful teams who helped #stompoutstigma with us last year!
 
 
                  
 
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                                                         1 in 5 adult in American experience a mental illness

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

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