Remember Me

Community Walk

1 Veterans Parkway
New Lenox, Illinois 60451

September, 2020 | 5:30 PM - 8 PM

Admission: Free (suggested donation of $5-$10)

Join us every September for Remember Me as we walk to remember local youth who have passed away through the years and celebrate their lives as a community. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn more about local resources available to youth and families at the conclusion of the event.

Remember Me

The catalyst for this event began after working directly with local families who have lost a child as a result of a wide variety of reasons and one of the most common areas of discussion was their desire for their child to be remembered, celebrated, and never forgotten. 

During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to share the name of someone you will be walking for during this event. This is entirely optional, but is a way that we can capture the different youth who will be acknowledged and celebrated during the event.

You can sign up here at the website or you can simply register the day of the walk.

Evening Program

5:30 PM | Check-In

6:00 PM | Opening Message

6:15 PM | Walk Begins

7:00 PM | Walk Concludes at Main Stage

7:15 PM | Closing Message

Admission: Free

1 Veterans Parkway
New Lenox, Illinois 60451

Remember Me

Become an Event Partner

If you are a local behavioral health center, private practice, foundation, or support group directed at providing services to youth or families, we invite you to join us as an event partner and set up a booth at this event for free. The more we can educate and inform community members about local resources available, the more effective we can be in ensuring that students and families have access to the help they need. All we ask for in return is that you help us advertise this walk to your community of clients, patients, members, or supporters. 

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Disclaimer: ForeverU is classified as a youth development organization. Please know that our volunteers, employees, and representatives are not medical professionals. We are a community of individuals who are passionate about offering support and belonging to youth experiencing an emotional or situational form of adversity. The information and programs we provide are meant to encourage and support students and is not meant to replace the advice or expertise of medical professionals.