PEDAW is launching 


Who: Open to students and the public.

What: Groups perform a flashmob dance (we have a choreographed video available upon registration) in a location of your choice, film yourselves, and help bring awareness to building healthy body image and self-esteem.

When: Contest opens Feb. 1 and closes May 1, 2013.

Registration: Register your class/group by emailing pedaw@mail.com with the subject “Flashmob Registration.” Indicate contact name, school/group name, city.

Maximum number of participants: 50 people per group.

Prizes: Winners receive our Love our Bodies, Love Ourselves wristbands, and Perfect is Boring t-shirts!

Share your progress: Show us the progress of your rehearsals:
Add photos to our 2013 Flashmob album on
Facebook: www.facebook.com/loveourbodiesloveourselves
Tweet us @loveourbodies and use the hashtag #pedaw.
Let us know when/where you plan to perform your flashmob so we can try to encourage media to snap some pics!

Background info:
PEDAW is a BC Province wide effort to raise awareness around prevention and early intervention of eating disorders as well as media literacy, resiliency, building healthy body image and self-esteem. Our mission is to provide an eating disorder prevention approach and resiliency based system of services, workshops, education, and support to people of all ages in BC. The initiative is led by Jessie’s Legacy Eating Disorders Prevention Program at Family Services of the North Shore in collaboration with Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre, Looking Glass Foundation, St. Paul’s Specialized Adult Eating Disorder Program, BC Children’s Hospital Eating Disorders Program, and Healthy Minds, Healthy Campuses. PEDAW is launched the first full week in February with activities and events taking place throughout the year.

For more information on PEDAW events:

Contact us for more info or if you have further questions!

Provincial Eating Disorders Awareness campaign 2013

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/loveourbodiesloveourselves
TWITTER: @loveourbodies
BLOG: www.loveourbodiesloveourselves.blogspot.ca
YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/user/loveourbodies

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