National Eating Disorders Association, partner to the MOM March Against ED
Eating disorders have been largely ignored for far too long. We are marching to change that. We march to be heard.
The stigma surrounding eating disorders distracts from recognizing how often they occur and how dire their consequences can be. The march is an incredible opportunity to strengthen our community and use the power of our voices to bring about change. By uniting those affected in Washington, DC, the march is sending a clear message to people across the nation – you are not alone in this struggle against eating disorders. NEDA is honored to be part of this rally where the eating disorders community will share experiences, take pride in victories, commemorate those who have lost their lives to the illness, and move forward in the fight to prevent, treat, and end eating disorders once and for all. NEDA is also proud to support the Anna Westin Act and we are excited to see the progress this bill makes!
We believe that the March Against Eating Disorders will provide a platform for us all to take a stand against this disease. We seek to spark change and fuel hope for those affected by this illness, so that they can reclaim their lives and continue to heal. Together, we will really get the ball rolling on shaping federal policy to change the way it treats this disease. Bringing together so many people who are truly passionate about this cause is an opportunity not only to amplify our voices but also to form new, long-lasting connections as we continue our efforts.
We hope to see everyone on the National Mall for the March Against Eating Disorders. Let’s unite our voices and demand change!
Register now! www.MarchAgainstED.com