Brace yourselves for a day of unity, compassion, and sweet surprises as NAMI Greater Kansas City proudly presents NAMI Walks: A United Day of Hope: Mental Health for All. This community-driven event aims
to not only raise vital funds but also shine a spotlight on the importance of mental health awareness. In a delightful twist, we have partnered with Hostess Cupcakes, renowned for their delectable treats, adding an extra layer of sweetness to our collective efforts. Carol McGraw, the Executive Director of NAMI Greater KC, eagerly shares, “We’re thrilled to join hands with Hostess Brands, who will be tantalizing our taste buds with some delightful treats during this event."
Save the Date: October 14, 2023, at Macken Park in North Kansas City, starting at 9:00 am. We are kicking off the day with a warm welcome from our enthusiastic emcee. Macken Park, known for its accessibility offers a handicap-accessible trail, public restrooms, children's play areas, and ample parking. Brace yourself for a day packed with music, magic, prizes, delicious food, and endless fun! With local celebrities making appearances, this day promises enjoyment for individuals of all ages.
This year, we have witnessed an overwhelming outpouring of support through donations. These funds will be used NAMI Greater Kansas City to sustain the multitude of programs offered by NAMI Greater Kansas City, all of which are provided to the community entirely free of charge. We extend our deepest gratitude to our generous sponsors, without whom this would not be possible.
Special thanks to sponsors: Hostess Cupcakes, Signature Psychiatric Hospital, Comprehensive Mental Health Services, Tri-County Mental Health Services, Rediscover, Compass Health, and countless others.
NAMI Greater Kansas City, a Missouri not-for-profit organization, remains steadfast in its commitment to educating, supporting, and advocating for individuals living with mental illness and their families.
To Join the Walk: Visit https://www.namiwalks.org
and search for "NAMI Greater Kansas City."