At The Emily Program, we passionately advocate for eating disorder awareness, prevention and access to treatment. If you’ve ever wondered how you can help, there are plenty of ways to get involved!
Here are a few ideas:
- Use your voice. Volunteer as a speaker at one of our Recovery Nights.
- Share your story and inspire others. Write for The Emily Program’s blog or share your story on our podcast, Peace Meal. Contact us if you’re interested.
- Volunteer, become an advocate or make a donation. Connect with our friends at WithAll or Eating Disorders Coalition (EDC) to learn how!
WithAll (formerly The Emily Program Foundation) is an organization that strives to 1. Reduce the risk of eating disorders through upstream prevention, 2. Help people break through practical barriers in pursuing recovery, and 3. Help family and friends feel better supported while navigating a loved one’s recovery. WithAll seeks volunteers who want to help with fundraising, events, donor relations, communications and administrative duties. WithAll also accepts donations for its Financial Assistance Program, which support people in treatment who are facing financial barriers.
Eating Disorders Coalition (EDC) aims to advance the recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority in the United States by educating and working with Congress to effectively influence federal policy. Connect with EDC to become an advocate and help influence policies that make a difference in the lives of people with eating disorders. EDC also accepts donations that go toward efforts to ensure eating disorders are recognized as a public health priority.
Thank you for helping us foster a caring community committed to inspiring hope and healing for those who are struggling with eating disorders.