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Everyone Can Get Involved!
Anyone can use these ideas and guides to raise awareness of eating disorders.
Activity & Event Planning Timeline: Looking for ideas that fit your audience type and time frame? Check out this list to find a fun option.
Host a Screening Event: NEDA now offers an easy-to-use online screening tool, in partnership with Screening for Mental Health Inc., perfect for holding an eaing disorder screening event in schools, universities, hospitals, community centers, or anywhere internet access is available! Use the Planning Guide for Eating Disorder Screening Events to get started!
Just One Thing: Everyone can do something that fits their time, resources, and interests...just pick one from the Just One Thing list!
Mix & Match: 10 easy, fun ways to make a difference
Operation Beautiful: Join the campaign to end fat-talk...one post-it note at a time.
Event Planning Guide: Want to host an event but not sure where to start? This guide walks you through the main components and is great for group planning.
Flyers, Bookmarks & Handouts: Ready to print resources, includes signs and flyers to post around schools with information on eating disorder awareness.
Host a volunteer NEDAwareness Week Speaker at your school or university. Each year volunteers across the country offer to speak to your class or community group about eating disorders. Find a NEDAwareness Week Speaker today!
Legislative Advocacy: Check out the Take Action Now section to see how you can help build eating disorder awarenes support in congress.
Be a Media Watchdog: Consumer voices matter! Click on Take Action Now for practical tips and tools for becoming a media activist.
NEDAwareness Week Supporter Certificate: A certificate of appreciation and recognition for the volunteers who help make your event a success.
Request a Free NEDA CD-Rom Toolkit: Have access to your very own disc, consisting of NEDA's Parent, Educator, and Coach & Athletic Trainer Toolkits. Simply fill out this online request form.
Listen to a NEDA Webinar: Learn more about Eating Disorders by listening to a presentation from NEDA and other great organizations. Check out available recordings here.