Join us on May 11, 2019
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Saturday, May 11, 2019
California State University
7545 N. Del Mar Ave, Suite 105
Fresno, CA 93711
In 2019, we are celebrating 17 years of NAMIWalks, the nation's largest mental health awareness and fundraising event. We invite you to join us for any of our close to 100 community walks. NAMIWalks is a fun, family-friendly event and there is no cost to register.
There are multiple ways you can make a difference with NAMIWalks: as a sponsor, committee member, 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.
WALK DAY INFORMATION...WE WALK RAIN OR SHINE!
****IMPORTANT INFO...FRESNO STATE IS A SMOKE-FREE, VAPE-FREE AND TOBACCO-FREE CAMPUS****
We will be located between the Joyal Administration building and the Music Building. This is just north of the Shaw/Maple Avenue entrance to the campus. If you need help or assistance during our event, please visit our information booth located in the red booth in front of the Joyal Administrative building.
PARKING: FREE in Lots P1, P2, P5, P6, and P15. DO NOT PARK IN FRONT OF METERS! They are automated and will issue a ticket. NAMI Fresno will not be responsible for tickets received.
Resource Tables: You may drop off your item in the turn-around, volunteers can assist with unloading and getting your items to a table. Please DO NOT leave your vehicle here for an extended period of time. THANK YOU!
SPONSORS: IF you reserved table space, your table will be reserved and marked. All others are FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE.
VOLUNTEERS: PLEASE CHECK IN AT THE VOLUNTEER CHECK-IN. Watch for a MAP to be attached to indicate where. We are still getting that finalized.
PETS: IF you are bringing a pet, it is YOUR responsibility to clean-up after them. NAMI Fresno thanks you for this!!
Register today and join us as we improve the lives of those affected by mental illness in our communities!