Please join us on
Saturday May 12th
As we stroll along the Brandywine to raise awareness of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) and build community to support all moms
The Climb Out of the Darkness is the largest fundraising event for Postpartum Support International (PSI). PSI promotes awareness, prevention and treatment of mental health issues related to childbearing in every country worldwide. Funds raised are used nationally and locally to support moms & dads, community programs and healthcare providers.
8:30 Registration at The Mothers’ Space
9:00 Walk through Hagley
approximately 2 miles (1 mile up the the river and 1 mile back). The path is paved and suitable for strollers.
This is a family friendly event, but as with any outdoor area near water, children must be supervised at all times
10:00 Photographs and Lemonade at The Mothers’ Space
Thank you to Our Sponsors!
Hike It Baby
The Center for Women’s Emotional Wellness
*** Interested in becoming a sponsor or a table at the event? e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Walk will start at The Mothers’ Space and proceed through the lower property of Hagley Museum. Parking will be available adjacent to the starting/registration. Please consider carpooling.
This is an easy stroll that is perfect for families with strollers. Bring friends and family as we raise awareness of Maternal Mental Illness.
A big Thank you to Hagley Museum and Library for their generosity and support.
“Hagley offers a summer full of fun for your entire family. Visitwww.hagley.org for more details.”
What is Climb Out of the Darkness®?
Climb Out of the Darkness® is the world’s largest event raising awareness of perinatal mental illness, including pregnancy and postpartum depression, anxiety, OCD, psychosis and post-traumatic stress. The event is run by the nonprofit Postpartum Support International every year on or near the summer solstice (the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere). Teams and their supporters gather to climb out of the darkness by walking, climbing, or hiking together to help shine the most light on perinatal mental illness and to raise funds to support the fight against PMADs.