A Walk for Cammy's Cause - 8th Annual
September 14, 2013 • 3p Registration • 4p Walk
The Mary Cameron Robinson Foundation is hosting its eigth annual fundraiser, “A Walk for Cammy’s Cause,” in memory of Mary Cameron (Cammy) Robinson. It will be held September 14 at Coolidge Park. Registration begins at 3:00 pm/ walk begins at 4:00 pm.
$35 Registration Fee
Click here to pre-register
Bring Chairs and Umbrellas - Kids Activities
New this year! Famous Nater's Food Truck and Gigi's Cupcakes and Frozen Yogurt!
2nd Annual Mommy, Doll, and Me for Tea
Sunday, April 21, 2013 • 12:30 pm • Brunch at 1:00 pm
Stratton Hall - 3146 Broad Street
Mothers, Daughters, Grandmothers, Granddaughters, Aunts, and Nieces!
Ladies will enjoy brunch, silent auction and valuable information about raising young ladies from the inside out. Young ladies will enjoy brunch with their dolls, tea with their dolls, and a photo booth to capture these special moments.
Presenting Julia Cook – Nationally recognized as an award-winning children’s book author and parenting expert. Julia will be debuting MCR’s new book and having a book signing.
Tickets Mommy and daughter (2 tickets) $50
Additional tickets $25
Please call or email to reserve your tickets
MCR Foundation - The Chattanooga Resource For Eating Disorders
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Purchase your copy today.
The MCR Foundation - The Mary Cameron Robinson Foundation - for the prevention of eating disorders was founded on May 25, 2006.The MCR foundation was inspired after losing Mary Cameron Robinson (Cammy), on September 2, 2005 to complications stemming from a 14 year battle with all 3 eating disorders.
There are very few resources in the Chattanooga area that someone with an eating disorder can reach out to for help. We hope to change this. The main purpose of this foundation at this present time is to raise funds and begin educating the Greater Chattanooga Tri-State Area about eating disorders. We plan on targeting all age groups and both sexes so that we may begin putting educational programs into schools. Prevention through education and awareness is key. When knowledge of eating disorders is absent, there is no way to combat the problem at hand. Early Intervention increases treatment success. There is hope. The MCR Foundation is incorporated as a Tennessee non-profit and is a 501(c)3 Charitable Organization.