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Give Back While You Shop!

Stephanie Padich, Communications Intern

‘Tis the season to purchase awesome gifts for your loved ones! NEDA would like to thank our wonderful partners this holiday season for all that they do to support our vision of a world without eating disorders. Want to do your holiday shopping while helping NEDA and the companies we’ve partnered with? Check out these stellar gift ideas below!

Blue Faux Leather-Covered Journal 

Debossed with the NEDA Hope logo, our cute NEDA journal would make a great gift for a loved one who loves to write, make to-do lists, and/or doodle! 

Stainless Steel 16oz Travel Mug

Who doesn’t love a morning cup of joe (or tea)? This heavy-duty Hope mug has a double wall construction and features a screw-on flip-top lid. It’s a perfect gift for any coffee or tea fanatic who’s always on the go! 

NEDA Navy Fleece Stadium Blanket

Burr, it’s cold outside! Give the gift of warmth this holiday season with this beautifully embroidered and cozy NEDA navy fleece stadium blanket.  

Aerie Snow Day Sweatshirt 

A part of Aerie’s new holiday gift guide collection, this HIBERNATE (w/ me pls.) soft-fleece crewneck sweatshirt is a festive and comfy addition to anyone’s fabulous winter wardrobe! 

Live Love Laugh Wall Calendar by Graphique De France 

Spread good cheer with this colorful, whimsical 12”X12” 2017 wall calendar!

More ways to support NEDA…

When you shop at Amazon Smile, Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. Go to smile.amazon.com and select the National Eating Disorders Association as your charity of choice!

By simply shopping online through CouponCabin, you will be able to donate 100% of your earned cashback to our charity. In addition, CouponCabin will automatically match 20% of the cashback earned and donate it to NEDA! 

Happy shopping, everybody! 

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