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NAMIWalks 2014
Saturday, May 10, 11 am

Let’s Walk Together…
For Recovery, for Health, to Fight Stigma

Cambridge had the largest affiliate walk team in 2013 with 114 walkers.

Join NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex for this easy three-mile walk along the Charles River.

The NAMI WALK is a national event and our primary source of operating funds. People love to help. Friends and relatives are always willing to donate to this special cause—you just have to ask. If you walked with our Family-to-Family (F2F) team in 2013, be assured Carolyn White will be leading the charge again this year. Just sign up for one of the three teams below.

Sign up for one of three teams at these links. All proceeds go to NAMI Cambridge.




The Cambridge Team has set a goal of $25,000, while the Cambridge Health Alliance Team, led by Drop-in Center Director Miriam Tepper, M. D., has reached $2,000, and the Katelyn’s Klan Team is already one-quarter of the way toward its goal.

We recommend signing up online because some people prefer to donate that way. You can still collect donations "offline" and turn them in before or at the Walk.

For information or help signing up, email or call our Walk Team Captain  John Sharp: (  or  781-646-6381).

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