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Remember Johnny

4th Annual Remember Johnny Charity Event

Date: March 23, 2014
Location: Anaheim Hills California
Creating awareness and  funds to help find new schizophrenia discoveries and treatments. In loving memory of Johnny Lindenberg. Proceeds benefit the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation
Let the Sun Shine Run

4th Annual Let the Sun Shine Run/Walk

Date: April 26, 2014
Location: Cold Spring, Minnesota

This event was created to honor the memory of Jonathon James Robbins who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and depression and committed suicide on April 28, 2010 at the age of 22. Proceeds benefit the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.

Team Daniel

Team Daniel: Running to Support Schizophrenia Research

Date: Year-round
Location: Orlando, Fl and other cities
Team Daniel consists of members of the Laitman family including Dan who lives a productive life with schizophrenia and his parents, Rob and Ann. They run the Walt Disney World Half-Marathon every year as well as other races across the country in an effort to raise money for schizophrenia research.
Neil's Wheels

Neil's Wheels

Date: Year-round
Location: Long Island and Metro-New York Area
Neil's Wheels of New York works to address the issues of the homeless community and the need for continued research into mental health issues in support of improved treatments and hopefully a cure. Neil's Wheels was started to teach families about mental illness and encourage young people to open up about their problems.

We encourage you to download the TeamUp! Fundraising Kit which includes helpful ideas and resources for holding your own fundraiser. Our Events Department is available to help answer any questions you may have and offer whatever support we can. Email us at events@bbrfoundation.org or call (800) 829-8289.

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Past Foundation Educational Events