Events at Vinfen

Events at Vinfen embody our values and mission of transforming lives together. Each event has a unique purpose or initiative where our staff, the people we serve and their families, community partners, and supporters are celebrated, essential funds are raised, and platforms are established to increase awareness and resources to better serve our community.

Vinfen hosts a suite of events on an annual basis. Vinfen’s Celebration of Family Partnerships honors the incredible people we serve and their family members within the Vinfen community. Our Moving Images Film Festival uses the power of film to host a free, community-building event that raises awareness, fosters important dialogue, and fights against the prejudices and discrimination often faced by the people we serve as well as the mental health and disability communities. Vinfen’s Run-4-Life serves as an annual fundraiser where donations support the health and well-being of the people we serve. And Vinfen’s Innovative Technology in Behavioral Health Conference creates an educational platform where technological advancements and the integration of digital technology with mental health are celebrated.

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NAMIWalks Your Way

May 21, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Don’t forget to mark your calendar for this year’s NAMIWalks Your Way event on Saturday, May 21 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.!

This fun community event is back in-person this year at Artesani Park, located at 1234 Soldiers Field Road in Boston, MA. Gather with your friends, family, colleagues, and peers to participate in this walk as we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month and recognize the importance of reducing stigma experienced by people living with mental health challenges.

Interested? Join the Vinfen walk team here: and stop by the Vinfen table on May 21 to get a free t-shirt and refreshments.

The Vinfen community proudly supports NAMI Massachusetts and their mission of increasing awareness, knowledge, and advocacy of people living with mental health conditions, their families, and communities.


May 21, 2022
9:00 am - 2:00 pm