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In the United States, it is estimated that 1 out of every 10 Americans—20 million women and 10 million men—suffers from an eating disorder at some time in their life. The majority of sufferers don’t receive treatment, or are discharged prior to solidifying the gains needed to reach full recovery.  Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses. However, with treatment, full and lasting recovery is possible.

Your donation helps people recover from eating disorders. Here are a few examples of how your donations will save lives:

$50 – Training materials for one of our peer mentors
$100 – A 1-hour appointment with a therapist specialized in eating disorders
$200 – One full month of a mentor-mentee relationship
$500 - One month of specialized outpatient treatment for a recipient
$1,000 – 5 day intensive family treatment program
$5,000 – 1 full year of outpatient treatment for someone needing help
$25,000 –Brings Communities of HEALing to a new location


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Join Project HEAL’s Legacy Society

A charitable bequest is one of the simplest and most powerful ways to make an impact. A bequest can be changed at any time (revocable), does not affect your current income, and may favorably impact the amount owed in estate taxes.

See Sample Bequest Language or you can create your own will for free in less than 25 minutes right now. Through our partnership with Free Will, we make it easy on you to prepare a will. Visit Free Will today.

To donate by check, wire, or donate stock, contact Arwen Turenr, Chief Operating Officer at arwen@theprojectheal.org 

Sample Bequest Language

I give, devise, bequest to Project HEAL Help to Eat, Accept and Live, a New York not-for-profit organization located at 38-18 West Drive Douglaston, IN 11363 the following gift to be used at the discretion of the organization: [insert description of gift].

If you have questions about making a planned gift, please contact Arwen Turner, Chief Operating Officer at arwen@theprojectheal.org.