With the Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health, Dr. Mark Frankle will host the 2nd Annual Walk For Wellness, in honor of his late wife and those suffering from mental health conditions. This 5K will take place February 10th on the Tampa Riverwalk beginning at 7am. Open to the public, interested participants please visit https://www.tbmentalhealth.org/event/5k-walk-wellness/, to learn more about this foundation and walk for wellness. Your support of Dr. Frankle and the mental health community in this cause, is greatly appreciated.
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5k Walk for Wellness
February 10, 2019 @ 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
The Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health focuses on community outreach, community partnerships and supporting community based programs that increase the mental health and awareness of our community. We believe that by improving community knowledge and understanding of mental health issues will lead to less stigma and negative perceptions of those suffering.
We are hosting our 2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk for Wellness. Your $45 registration includes a race bib, shirt, medal and breakfast. The race is pet and stroller friendly!
Tampa Bay Foundation For Mental Health
Organizer of Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health 2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk for Wellness
The Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health, Inc. is a community-based nonprofit organization dedicated to mental health-related efforts including the support of other nonprofit organizations, advocacy and education programs including participating in research, policy issues and intervention strategies. We promote the acceptance and inclusion of those struggling with mental health related issues by improving support for this population throughout the Tampa Bay Area.
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