**UPDATED RAIN DATE** Join the JL11Fund on Sunday, NOVEMBER 11th for the Together We Make A Difference Walk benefitting The NAN Project, a section of Eliot Community Human Services. We're walking together, because no one should ever have to walk through life alone.
We will provide refunds for all who are unable to attend the new date. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to proceed.
Choose "Register" if signing up as an an individual or choose "Join Campaign" to join or create a team! Support and join the JL11Fund to not only walk, but to hear from our amazing speakers, participate in free yoga, face painting, pumpkin decorating, dance to a live DJ, engage in tables from Do Terra and Natural Food Exchange, and so much more. Mental health is about the entire body and mind – come learn about different ways to hone in on various mental health management tools!
- Registration will begin at 12PM and be closed promptly at 1PM for the walk to begin. All money raised from registration and fundraising will go straight to The NAN Project, a section of Eliot Community Human Services.
- Included with your registration will be a registration bag full with a JL11Fund bracelet, sticker, lanyard, ribbon, and more!
- Participate in the James Luti Corn Hole Tournament during the walk with a $20 entry per team – the top 3 teams will receive a portion of the Corn Hole Tournament proceeds and JL11Fund swag! Sign ups will be available during registration.
- Merchandise, food, drinks, and a raffle will be available for purchase. We will be debuting our sweatshirts, sweatpants, and stocking hats at the walk!
The Together We Make A Difference Walk will be benefiting The NAN Project, a section of Eliot Community Human Services. The NAN Project's mission is to create a safe space for students to discuss what may be bothering them, and get the help they may need before it’s too late. By telling our stories, from our struggles to the ways we finally gained the strength to ask for help, we are fighting stigma with the truth about recovering from mental health challenges. The NAN Project's approach to mental health awareness and suicide prevention has three primary areas of focus: the use of a peer-to-peer model, professional development concerning young adult mental health, and speaking events in the community. The JL11Fund’s mission is deeply connected to The NAN Project’s, and we couldn’t be prouder of this partnership.
About The JL11Fund:
The JL11Fund™ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports groups that demonstrate a commitment to reducing the incidents of suicide in teens and young adults. Our organization channels funding to mental health initiatives such as awareness and education programs. The JL11Fund™ strives to work to bridge the gap in understanding between those who struggle with mental health and their communities.