We are pleased to announce our first HIKE for Mental Health in North Carolina, thanks to volunteer organizer Joanna Davis. Why did she decide to do it?
Hiking is what keeps my spirits up. When hard times come to me, I go to the woods.
I want to share that with people. I want people to know and see how getting out there can really help.
And I’d love to be a part of raising money for such a great cause. I want to sport the orange and support HIKE for Mental Health!
Thanks, Joanna! We are glad you do, and the people who sign up for your hike will be as well. It looks amazing.
Lake Shore Trail Hike
March 30, 2014 • Lake Norman State Park • Troutman, NC
These are just a few of the attractions of the 2-hour Lake Shore Trail hike in Lake Norman State Park in Troutman, NC, less than an hour from Charlotte, Lexington, and Winston-Salem.
Meet new friends and enjoy the natural beauty of Lake Norman State Park on this beautiful, but sometimes challenging, walk in the woods.
Registration Is Free
There is no fee to register for this fundraising hike.
When you register, you will personalize a sponsorship page and share it with your friends and potential supporters through email, Facebook, etc.
Our website makes it quick and easy to get sponsors for your hike.
For a Good Cause
All contributions to this hike support our mission causes.
Eighty percent will fund scientific research into causes, treatments and cures for major mental illness such as PTSD, schizophrenia, bipolar spectrum disorders, and depression.
The remaining twenty percent maintains the wilderness trails on which we hike through well-respected nonprofit trail preservation organizations.
Come out and join us in Lake Norman State Park on March 30 – we will have a great time for a great cause.