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Depression: Raising Awarness

They are The Walk. They have created The Walk To Washington, a national pep rally to raise awareness of depression by calling for national change in mental health legislation. By encouraging people to sign their petition, walk either virtually or in their city, donate, sponsor, volunteer and partner they hope to create change in Washington. They want to tell and show Washington that America will not stand for unequal treatment of this debilitating disease, depression. They want to show anyone trying to overcome depression that they have our support as a national organization.

Social Phobia Awarness

The Social Phobia/Social Anxiety Association (SP/SAA), a non-profit organization, was officially organized in 1997 to meet the growing needs of people throughout the world who have social phobia/social anxiety.

Walk-A-Thon

Walkathons are great way for schools and other organizations to raise money and getting some exercise at the same time.  They also increase school spirit; even in less than ideal weather conditions.

Religion Fundraiser

Hope Christian Community Foundation exists to serve Mid-South donors and ministries to facilitate the building of God’s kingdom in our community and throughout the world.

Our mission is to encourage philanthropy and increase giving. We seek transformation of the city of Memphis through churches and ministries that combine Christian faith and Christian action.

Healthy Sleeping

National Sleep Foundation is a national coalition of governmental, professional, voluntary, and other organizations whose mission is: 1) to raise awareness about; 2) to increase the understanding of; and 3) to reduce the public health and safety impact of sleep deprivation and sleep disorders by improving communication and collaboration among local, state and federal agencies; professional organizations; and the public.

 

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