We believe in strength in numbers. WithAll.
At WithAll, you are not alone in fighting an eating disorder or in working to prevent one. We work to bolster your inner strength, your means – your wherewithal – to prevent eating disorders or to recover from one. We want to partner with you, individuals and organizations, to create a bigger impact.
Your tax-deductible contribution will help us reach more people through our prevention and support programs. Donate online today. Have you thought of other giving options? A stock or donor-advised fund gift, planned gift, sustaining gift, memorial gift, employer match, social media fundraiser, or shopping via Amazon Smile can all support our work. Learn how to make your donation go further on our Ways to Give page.
Gifts of time are valued and critical to our success. Close to 100 volunteers assist us with everything from programming to events to communications to advocacy to administrative tasks. If you have a volunteer idea, we’d love to hear it. Complete our volunteer application to join our team.
The cliché fits: it takes a village. There is so much work to be done to have a bigger impact on eating disorders. We are open to all kinds of partners – regional, national, global – interested in creating and recovering health for all. We’d love to work with you. Let’s amplify positive momentum.
Take action and be heard. We’re proud to be members of the Eating Disorders Coalition, working with other organizations to keep advancing eating disorders as a public health priority. We also provide biannual advocacy scholarships so individuals can attend spring and fall Lobby Days with us. Contact us if you’re interested.
You can host your own fundraiser to benefit the programs we offer and the communities we serve. This is a great opportunity for school or service group activity, a corporate fundraiser, or a business proceed day. Check out our fundraising guide for tips and ideas and let us know your idea and how we can help make it successful.
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