Sponsor a NEDA Walk

Since 2009, NEDA Walks have raised over $3 million for eating disorder awareness programs, educational outreach and the support of individuals and families. NEDA Walks are held in over 65 locations nationwide. These events are about inspirational community building, activism, awareness and, in fact, have attracted over 10,000 people across the country to participate.

Depending on the level chosen, sponsors are featured on our NEDA Walk website, have their own exhibitor space at the NEDA Walk, get their logo on participant t-shirts and more! NEDA’s noteworthy corporate sponsors have included: aerie/American Eagle, American Express, The Walt Disney Company, Home Depot, IBM, JPMorgan Chase, Macy’s, Verizon and Walmart, among many others.

NEDA Walks serve our mission and also diversity. People of all ages and backgrounds come together each year to share hope, build community and inspire others. Building brand loyalty among the NEDA Walk demographic will reach youths and young adults from our website and Proud2Bme.org. NEDA Walks will align our goals with your sponsorship efforts. Best of all, NEDA is a 501(c)3 non-profit and the proceeds support our programs and services.

Recognition on stage during NEDA Walk program
Name promoted in all forms of media and social media ads as presenting sponsor
Logo hyperlinked to your company site on walk email communications
Logo hyperlinked to your company site on walk website
Maximum visibility on all walk signage, promotional materials, and press release
Company logo on all participant recruitment emails about the walk
Company logo on walk t-shirts
Company logo on promotional flyers
Company logo on walk website
An exhibitor table

Download our NEDA Walk Sponsorship Packet for more information and necessary forms. Sponsorship forms and any questions can be directed to the National Walk Manager at walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org or 212-575-6200

NEDA requires digital or physical copies of all sponsorship handout materials at least one week prior to the sponsored event.