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Rock Island Foundation
for the $2,500 grant to fund Illinois outeach programs
for the $1,000 grant to help defray training costs for new
The Rauch Family Foundation
for the $2,000 grant to fund Illinois outeach programs
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Family to Family offered in Davenport, Muscatine and Moline.
NAMI Basics offered in Davenport
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Join the thousands of American dedicated to improving the lives of people living with mental illness. When you join now for just $35, you become part of NAMI at the national, state and local levels.
Many thanks to everyone who
helped to make our
2014 NAMIWalk a big success!
Offical Count: 1203 walkers! Monies Raised: $90,319
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Our 2014 Sponsors
Sam’s Clubs Davenport & Moline
Kick Off Luncheon Sponsor
UnityPoint Health, Robert Young Center
St. Paul Lutheran Church, Davenport
Start/Finish Line Sponsors
Advance Homes, Inc.
Randy & Linda Lewis
Rock Island Arsenal Welcome Club
Transitions Mental Health Services
Charles Deere-Wiman Memorial Trust
Northwest Bank & Trust Company
WLLR, Jim O’Hara & Clear Channel
University of Iowa Health Alliance
5IVE Star Salon Spa
American Bank & Trust
Ascentra Credit Union
Bucktown Center for the Arts
Bush Construction Company, Inc.
Deere Employees Credit Union
Kiwanis – Moline & Rock Island
Lincoln Quad Cities – Strieter Motor Co.
McLaughlin Motors, Inc.
Meinecke Car Center #2013, Davenport
Mary Beth Mohr
Dr. Alta Price
Psychology Health Group
Sergeant Peppers Auto Shop
Tyson Fresh Meats
Vietnam Vets #776 & # 299
Batteries Plus Bulbs
Blackhawk Bank & Trust
Mary & Carl Dailey
Davenport Memorial Park, Runge & Hodgson Funeral Homes
Dr. Dave Deopere
First Presbyterian Church, Wilton
Dr. Thomas Garside
Gas & Electric Credit Union
HNI Corporation & Foundation
Hi Nee Huts
Hornbuckle Heating & Air
Dr. Steve & Laura Kopp
Dr. Richard & Judy Kreiter
Lederman Bail Bonds
New Choices Incorporated
Greg & Teri Paulline
Quad City Bank & Trust
Quad City Bouncy
Quad-City Clown Troupe
David & Micki Quinn
Martin D. & Barbara H. Rich Family Foundation
Rose ‘N Thorns
Safway Services, LLC
Dr. John & Connie Stecker
Michael & Ruby Triplett
Van Meter Industrial Foundation
Arthur Murray Dance
Boho Chic Fine Art
Dan Dolan Homes, Towne & County Dev.
Eastern Iowa Light & Power
First National Bank of Muscatine
IBEW Local Union 145
KJWW Engineering Consultants
Mr. Craig Levien
Miami Luna Bling
McCollum Psychology, P.C.
Dr. Peter & Karen Metcalfe
Decker & Jane Ploehn
Robert Young Center District 22 Team
Sodexo @ St. Ambrose
Thoms Proestler - TPC
Tri-City Building & Construction
Mr. Phil Trissel
Congratulations to Vicki Walters!
Recipient of the Royal Neighbors
Nation of Neighbors Award
(presented at the annual
Candlelight Dinner Celebration)
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Elizabeth Conway Caster
Empowering women is what Royal Neighbors of America has been about for nearly 120 years. Vicki Walters of Muscatine, IA, benefitted from Royal Neighbors’ mission when she was presented a check for $2,250 from the organization’s Nation of Neighbors SM Program. Vicki will use the funds to continue her support of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
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· Build better lives for persons living with mental illness
· Change the way our community understands mental illness
· Ensure no individual or family walks alone
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Coping with the
The holiday season is supposed to be a time full of joy, parties and gatherings with friends and families. But the holidays can be a difficult time for many persons dealing grief, loneliness, illness, etc...
"People with mental problems are our neighbors. They are members of our congregations, members of our families; they are everywhere in this country. If we ignore their cries for help, we will be continuing to participate in the anguish from which those cries for help come.
A problem of this magnitude will not go away. Because it will not go away, and because of our spiritual
commitments, we are compelled to take action."
-- Rosalynn Carter --