Project HEAL at The Ohio State University

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Project HEAL at at OSU is a collegiate chapter of the national non-profit organization that raises funds to send individuals to eating disorder treatment.

Since founding this chapter in April 2015, co-presidents Madison Swart and Maggie Griffin have forged meaningful partnerships with the Tri-State Eating Disorder Resource Team, Eating Recovery Center of Ohio, and The Center for Balanced Living, as well as many Ohio State departments and local companies.


Eight women posing for a picture at the Project HEAL at at OSU Gala.The success of Project HEAL at at OSU’s first annual gala in February 2016 has set the tone for the great success in store for this progressive student-run organization. If you are interested in contributing, check out their donation page for more information.

If you have interest in joining The Ohio State University’s Project HEAL chapter, starting a chapter at your own school, or any other inquiries, contact the team at [email protected] or connect with them on social media!

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Twitter: @OSUProjectHeal
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