Watch the Louisville Bats vs. the Scranton/WB and support Mental Health Awareness, your ticket purchase includes: Game Ticket, Hat, and $5 Donation to organization of your choice.
Walk/run fundraiser with vendors, live music, and other attractions to raise awareness and provide local mental health-related educational classes and support groups.
Hosted by National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Louisville.
An annual dining event to raise awareness of the issue of mental health for adolescence and to raise funds for The Pete Foundation!
Dine at one of the participating restaurants and they will donate a percentage their profits to The Pete Foundation at no extra cost to you!
Join us for the night full of excitement! We will reveal the PeteFest Music Festival 2019 Full-Lineup, and celebrate with live music by Ocifer & Louisville Silent Disco Party all night long!
We will also have ticket giveaways, and sell discounted PeteFest 2019 tickets/merch items at the event.
This event is FREE!
The Pete Foundation is a sponsor for this year's Louisville NAMI Step Forward for Mental Health Walk at Harbor Lawn on the Waterfront - come join our team!
Sign-up to walk with our PeteFest Crew! Sign up link: http://2018-nami-step-forward-for-mental-health.everydayhero.do/
To raise funds to provide FREE classes and support in all parts of town for families whose loved ones have mental illness.
To raise awareness that mental illness affects us all.
To show others they are not alone, and there is a community to help them.
To stop the stigma . . . once and for all.
The Walk takes place at the Harbor Lawn of Waterfront Park on the river. The address for the Green Parking Lot is 300 River Road. It is free to park there for the NAMI group. Additionally, Waterfront Park offers 7 parking lots, participants can park along the Waterfront side (north side) of River Road (meters are enforced on Saturday we’re told), and there is a surface lot across from the Great Lawn.
The Pete Foundation proudly sponsors the University of Louisville AFSP Out of the Darkness Campus Walk 2018. Out of the Darkness Campus Walks raise awareness about suicide and help raise funds for suicide prevention work in the community and the nation.
With a focus toward today’s youth, their expression through art, and their power to stomp the stigma surrounding mental health, The Pete Foundation and PeteFest Music Festival are proud to host a "poster competition" for middle- and high-school students in Louisville. All students grades five through twelve were encouraged to submit a piece of art that would be the inspiration for the official 2018 PeteFest poster.