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Estelle running Comrades for ADHD Kids

Estelle running Comrades for ADHD Kids

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I will be running Comrades as a Champion for the Goldilocks and The Bear Foundation, raising funds for the country's first non-profit ADHD screening and early intervention mobile clinic in underserved communities. The objective is to initially screen 500 children per month, to provide early detection and treatment for children with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) for those children who does not have access to such help. Please support me by donating to this most valuable and much needed cause which affect the daily lives of so many children by clicking on the link below. For more info visit www.gb4adhd.co.za.

Donations

Name Comment Date Amount
Man van Zimbabwe Baie Sterkte, weet jy gaan almal trots maak!! Jun 05, 2017 R 210.00
Net ekke Geseën om te seën xxx Jun 03, 2017 R 205.64
Man van Zimbabwe Baie Sterkte, weet jy gaan almal trots maak!! Jun 02, 2017 R 200.00
Mitsie Lekker hardloop!! May 31, 2017 USD $ 16.04
Marlize Sterkte Estelle! Jy is 'n yster May 31, 2017 R 100.00
L*** Awesome Estelle! Sterkte May 31, 2017 R 510.00
Maritza Sterkte- jy is inspirasie en dankie vir die saak waarvoor jy hardloop! May 26, 2017 R 500.00
Grant & James You can always make a difference with the right attitude May 25, 2017 R 1 000.00
Tania du Plessis Baie sterkte, wens ek kon saam hardloop May 16, 2017 R 205.64
Estie All the best for Comrades and with the fundraising for ADHD free screening for children! May 11, 2017 R 500.00
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Statistics

Donations to date

R 3 641.69

Fundraising target

R 3 000.00
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Goldilocks and The Bear Foundation

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Goldilocks and The Bear Foundation offers South Africa’s first non-profit ADHD screening and early intervention services for children in underprivileged communities.This will ensure early referral, diagnosis and treatment, and improve the quality of life of these children.

Visit www.gb4adhd.co.za for more information.