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The Run, White and Blue 5 K is a virtual event this year. Enter our 5 K and run the distance, on any course, any time between June 20 and July 4 and we'll give you a really cool patriotic t shirt along with a red, white, and blue drawstring bag. You can run anywhere at any time of day you like. Wait for a nice day or go for an run on a treadmill. It's up to you. You'll support an event to help NAMI Fort Wayne continue serving families and individuals who are affected by mental illness. Packet pick up is in Foster Park at Pavilion 2 on July 4 from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Any unclaimed packets will be shipped at a later date.
As always, we'll have prizes for the best red white and blue outfits. It's fun and easy. Post a photo of yourself on Facebook wearing your best red, white blue. Be sure to tag NAMI Fort Wayne ,@namifortwayne, and use the hashtag #NamiFortWayne5K. You could win a $100 Amazon card or other great prizes. You must be entered in our virtual 5 K to win.
Your support of NAMI allows us to continue serving northeast Indiana through support, education, and advocacy. One NAMI Fort Wayne member has said, "Our family sunk into despair when we were unable to deal with the emotional devastation of watching our loved-ones lose the ability to manage the realities of everyday life. Once-productive family members were robbed of their competency to hold a job or form meaningful relationships. We were losing all the joy in our lives.
At our first visit to a NAMI Fort Wayne support group we immediately felt accepted. We connected with several people affected by mental illness and shared ideas about helping our families. We later took Family-To-Family, a free 11 week class that empowered us to form our own strategies to navigate mental illness. Life still presents many challenges but thanks to NAMI we face those challenges with hope."
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