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Join a community of dedicated volunteers and advocates committed to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders through mission-centered programs such as NEDA Walks, Campus Warriors, and awareness campaigns. Get involved today!

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Eating Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW)

Eating Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW) is the largest and best-known eating disorders outreach effort in the country. EDAW is an opportunity to improve public understanding of eating disorders and their causes, dangers, and treatments and to empower everyone to reduce risk factors and join prevention efforts.

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When you volunteer, you’ll have the opportunity to expand your knowledge about eating disorders, learn useful professional skills, and form connections with members of a vibrant and welcoming community.

Awareness Campaigns

NEDA leads and participates in many awareness campaigns throughout the year in an effort to raise awareness for eating disorders and related issues.

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NEDA Walks

The National Eating Disorders Association hosts more than 40 NEDA Walks across the country to raise awareness and funds in the fight against eating disorders. Join us at one of our communities of healing and hope near you!

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Campus Warriors

Campus Warriors is an outreach initiative designed to engage colleges and universities across the United States to raise awareness about eating disorders and fundraise for NEDA.

Campus Warriors are individual students, faculty members, and student organizations with direct or indirect lived experience with eating disorders representing NEDA on their college and university campuses.

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The Body Project

Backed by two decades of research and evaluation data, the Body Project is a group-based intervention that provides a forum for women and girls to confront unrealistic beauty ideals and engages them in the development of healthy body image. through verbal, written, and behavioral exercises.