2019 NAMI Walks

Not All Heroes Wear Capes!


NAMIWalks' public, active display of support for people affected by mental health conditions is one important way we are changing how Americans view people with a mental illness. NAMIWalks brings together individuals and businesses to help raise funds, combat stigma and promote awareness. NAMIWalks is NAMI's largest and most successful mental health awareness and fundraising event. IN 2017, 80 NAMIWalks events raised over $11 million to support local programs and initiatives that improve the lives of persons affected by mental illness.

WHEN: Sat. October 19, 2019

TIME: Walk beings at 10am, come early to register!

WHERE: Broad Ripple Park

1500 Broad Ripple Ave

Indianapolis, IN 46220

Participant Information

All participants are encouraged to collect donations from family members, friends, co-workers and business associates. All walkers raising $100 or more receive a NAMIWalks event t-shirt.

Walk Teams and Participation

Co-workers, community groups, families and groups of friends are encouraged to organize teams of walkers.

Sponsorship Opportunities

There are numerous ways corporations and organizations can partner with NAMIWalks to help build better lives for families and individuals in Greater Indianapolis affected by mental illness.

Contact jhayden@namiindy.org for more information

NAMIWalks 2019 Kick-Off Event!

We missed you at our Kick-Off Event! Click below to learn about what you need to know about bring a NAMIWalks 2019 Team Captain!

2018 Walk Particpants

2018 Walk Volunteers

Event Sponsors

National Sponsors

Local Sponsors

**We have chosen to allow sponsors from the Beverage Industry. We are NOT condoning substance abuse or drinking as a way of coping with a mental illness and are respectful of those who struggle with substance abuse, addiction, and/or a Dual Diagnosis and their families (More info about Dual Diagnosis HERE ) . We have chosen to allow this sponsorship to support those working in the Food and Beverage Industry where there are very high rates of suicide and mental illness. CNN Article Wall Street Journal Article Every sponsor will receive a Stigmafree Company Poster and other resources to support their employees.