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Our Mission

We provide grant funding for people with eating disorders
who cannot afford treatment, promote healthy body image
and self esteem, and serve as a testament that
full recovery from an eating disorder is possible.

Learn about our idea of recovery

Project HEAL’s 2nd Annual West Coast Gala

We invite you to join us for Project HEAL’s 2nd Annual West Coast Gala to raise funds for treatment for people with eating disorders. This year’s gala is graciously hosted by Travis Kalanick and Arianna Huffington at Uber’s headquarters.The theme is “Fighting for 500” in which we aim to raise funds for all 500 of our projected applicants for 2016. We hope you join us for dinner and a live auction (where prizes range from a private tour of Space X, custom Diane Von Furstenberg Dress, and exclusive Yellowstone Club retreat)! All proceeds go towards treatment.


Treatment Center Partners

We look forward to forming relationships with socially responsible companies and foundations. Companies can create endowed grants, annual gifts, special products for Project Heal, event-based partnerships, and so much more.

Become a Partner or Sponsor

Recovery is possible. When people who suffer from an eating disorder are able to receive comprehensive treatment, they CAN regain a healthy relationship with food and live full and happy lives. Project HEAL knows this is true through the first- hand experience of its founders, supporters and volunteers, as well as through the testimonials and success stories of the organization’s grant recipients.

Founders of Project HEAL, ​Liana & ​Kristina

The Latest From Project Heal


To The Warriors This Thanksgiving

Monday November 23, 2015

This post is written by Emily Costa, Project HEAL’s Blog Manager For those overcoming an eating disorder, Thanksgiving can be […]

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Ten Rules for Living a Happy Life

Sunday November 22, 2015

On the eve of my 28th birthday, I find myself thinking about what I have learned over the past 28 […]

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