Philanthropy is critical to STRIPED. Private contributions directly support:
- Student financial aid and research grants
- Pioneering research in eating disorders prevention and adolescent health
- Events and advocacy to raise awareness about dangerous weight and shape control behaviors
- Case studies to be used to teach thousands of public health students and medical professionals around the world
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STRIPED is deeply grateful to our longtime friend and founding supporter Ellen Feldberg Gordon. So much of what STRIPED has achieved since our founding more than a decade ago can be traced back to Ellen and her unwavering vision for a world without eating disorders.
STRIPED also is immensely grateful for the very generous support of Jennifer Perini and is so thankful for the opportunity she has given us to continue our pioneering work in eating disorders prevention.
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is pleased to announce the A Chance to Heal Fund, established in 2014, to support STRIPED. The fund will provide support to Director S. Bryn Austin’s priorities for STRIPED’s training and educational programs, research initiatives in the field of eating disorders prevention, and student trainees through tuition assistance, stipends, and research support. The Fund was created with gifts from leadership of the Philadelphia-based nonprofit A Chance to Heal to carry forward its mission of eating disorders prevention. STRIPED is grateful for the generosity of the many donors to this fund, especially Ivy Silver, Founder of A Chance to Heal.
We are grateful for additional funding from:
- Jean Marie Arduino
- Anisa S. Bhandari
- Joanna Berwind Creamer
- Barbara & David Goodman
- Denise & Daniel Hamburger
- William Landreth
- Jennifer Miles
- Ivy Silver
- Amy Spies
- Susan Jackson Tressider
- Association of Teachers of Maternal and Child Health
- Delta Delta Delta Fraternity and the Center for Living, Learning, and Leading, Inc.
- Dove Self-Esteem Project
- Harvard Chan School Curriculum Innovation Grant
- Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching
- Harvard Catalyst
- Johnson & Johnson
- Janssen Research and Development
- National Adolescent & Young Adult Health Research Network (AYAH-RN)
- National Eating Disorders Association
- Office on Women’s Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- Ophelia Fund/Rhode Island Foundation
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- U.S. Department of Defense
- U.S. Maternal and Child Health Bureau/Health Resources and Services Administration training grants MC00001 (PI Tiemeier) and LEAH MC00009 (PI Dr. Jean Emans)
- Boston Children’s Hospital Translational Research Program
- Willamette Nutrition Source, LLC