My daughter, Amanda, has struggled with anorexia for the past nine years. At the time of her diagnosis, our family was totally unprepared for the rollercoaster ride we would be taking on the ever changing path to recovery. Because of our journey, I wanted to do something, anything, to support eating disorder awareness, education and research. When I retired at the end of 2015, I contacted MOEDA to see how I might help. That has turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made. The organization has many opportunities for volunteers to work as many, or as few, hours as they choose. I chose to become a trained presenter for the "Feed the Facts" program, which provides eating disorder education and increases awareness at middle schools and high schools throughout the area. Each time I present, I feel like I'm actually doing something that might help another child and their family to either prevent development of an eating disorder, or at least prompt early intervention which is so important to recovery.