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NAMI DuPage is proud to partner with local businesses to bring you the NAMI DuPage store! These partnerships allow us to further our mission of providing mental health support, advocacy and education in order to improve the quality of life of individuals with mental illnesses and their families. Take a look at our awesome partner offerings and start shopping today!
NAMI DuPage’s 2023 annual calendar presents 12 beautifully illustrated months with original artwork and photography by NAMI DuPage participants and staff.
This calendar includes overview calendars of 2023 and 2024, NAMI DuPage programs and resources, and is available in two sizes:
- 11×8″, opens to 16″ long. $15 each or 2/$25
- 6.5×5″, opens to 10″ long. $8 each
Priority was created by three Wheaton North High School students, who are passionate about supporting and raising awareness for Mental Health through clothing. Autumn, Emmy, and Megan have seen mental health become an extremely relevant issue today, especially in their high school.
For every product sold, Priority will donate 15% of profits to NAMI DuPage, helping us advocate and improve individuals’ quality of life.
71 Reasons and More
71 Reasons and More, LLC, was created in loving memory of Mark Chapas, Jr. who died by suicide at the age of 18. Angela and Ashley work to create items that alleviate stress, anxiety and depression, and to bring awareness to mental health. Much like NAMI DuPage’s mission, 71 Reasons and More strives to end the stigma surrounding mental health and bring mental health awareness to our communities. We are honored to be partnering with this amazing organization; be sure to visit their site and check out the NAMI DuPage merch!
Below are a couple of items that directly support NAMI DuPage.
Spiritus Coffee Co. is a specialty coffee roaster based in Lombard, IL. The owners, Nick and Jason, specialize in small batch, roasted-to-order coffee, and offer free coffee delivery in Glen Ellyn, Wheaton and Lombard (use code FREEDELIVERY at checkout.)
They also believe in the importance of making a difference in their community. They are committed to supporting organizations that are dedicated to helping those suffering from mental illness and substance abuse.