We’re proud to support the GoodwillNyNj’s Peer Advocacy Leadership NAMI Walks Team as they seek to increase acceptance of and awareness surrounding mental illness and to raise funds for programs that improve the lives of individuals living with mental illnesses and their families. To learn more about NAMI, please visit:

To support GoodwillNyNj’s Peer Advocacy Leadership Team at NAMI Walks in New York, just visit http://tinyurl.com/GWNAMI and choose “Support Us” from the menu options at left.


Please help us show the GoodwillNyNj Peer Advocacy Leadership NAMI Walks Team support! Share their link (http://tinyurl.com/GWNAMI) far and wide and help bring Mental Illness Awareness into the public discourse.

Our team’s goal is to be one of the top fundraisers for this year’s walk. Please help us make that happen. No donation is too small. After all, as NAMI Walks says, “Every journey begins with that first step!”

Good luck to all the NAMI Walkers out there – keep spreading awareness and doing our community proud!

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness. NAMI has established itself as the most formidable grassroots mental health advocacy organization in the country. Dedication, steadfast commitment, and unceasing belief in NAMI’s mission by grassroots advocates have produced profound changes.

Goodwill Industries empowers individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment to gain independence through the power of work. For more information about GoodwillNyNj, please visit: http://www.goodwillnynj.org/about-us

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