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Support Medical Student Mental Health in Memory of Nolan Eley

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Support Medical Student Mental Health In Memory Of Nolan Eley

John Nolan Howett Eley (February 2, 1990 – November 3, 2019) was born and raised in Decatur, Georgia.  He attended St. Thomas More and Marist Schools before enrolling at Emory at Oxford in 2008.  Nolan struggled with addiction and his own mental health for years, and after achieving his own sobriety, he dedicated his life to helping others who struggled.  He was a bright light of kindness and compassion.  Many benefited from his skillful listening, his wise counsel, and his exuberant approach to life.  His legacy is one love of and caring for others.   

In memory of Nolan Eley, Emory School of Medicine invites you to make a gift to Nolan’s Fund. Nolan’s Fund is dedicated to improving the emotional and spiritual health of Emory School of Medicine students and residents. 

Thanks to generous support from an anonymous donor, every 5 donors who make a gift of any size to Nolan’s Fund will unlock an additional $1,000 (up to $20,000). 

Please encourage others to join you in making their gift, so Nolan’s bright light will continue to help others. 

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