Eating disorders are serious – even life-threatening. You can bring help and hope. Your gift helps NEDIC provide information, support, and resources to those affected by eating disorders. Thank you for your generous support.
Your donation will support education and awareness, and our National Toll-Free Helpline.
Help increase education and awareness and provide help and support to those in need.
Make a donation in memory of a loved one. We will send a condolence card at your request, letting the family know they are in your thoughts.
Please print and complete the NEDIC Donation Form and mail it to:
National Eating Disorder Information Centre
200 Elizabeth Street, ES 7-421
Toronto, ON M5G 2C4
Call us to make a donation with your credit card over the phone.
416-340-4156 or 1-866-NEDIC-20 (1-866-633-4220)
"I was struggling, I realized that I had many troubles around eating and needed help. I'm still working to get better, but NEDIC has definitely been a great way to get help in my community."
"When I called , I was greeted warmly by staff who promptly answered my questions and called back within half hour (over lunch time) with additional information. Will definitely refer clients from my peer support group."
"NEDIC has helped me a lot over the years. When I was struggling with an eating disorder, I turned to NEDIC for valuable information about eating disorders and for information about service providers in my area. It was a scary time and I depended on NEDIC. My parents also relied on NEDIC for information and resources. I'm happy to say that I'm now in strong, solid recovery. I attended their 2017 conference and found it incredibly inspiring. They had a wide range of speakers and it was so well put together. Thank you NEDIC for all your amazing and important work!"
Sponsorship of our annual Zest for Life fundraiser
Sponsorship of our biennial body image and self-esteem conference
Hosting a Third-Party Event
Advertising, marketing, communications support/promotion
Please contact Rebekah Valenti, Development Officer, to start the discussion: