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On The Run for Mental Health Awareness

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The Goldilocks and the Bear Foundation is South Africa’s first non-profit ADHD screening and early intervention service operating in underprivileged communities to ensure that all children with ADHD and other mental health difficulties have access to the necessary support they need to develop to their full potential.

How would you feel if the only thing holding you back from your dreams and full potential, was your very own mental state? They say that the mind has the power to conquer matter, to transcend what we deem impossible so we can achieve the incredible. But not all kids are blessed with the right wiring to HAVE that strong mental foundation for lifelong learning, growth and excellence. 

But we can start to change all of that right now.
Donate to the Foundation today re-write this fairy tale for those kids most in need.

I'm Voice Artist Kav, and I'm running for those, on-the-run, from mental health illness. 

Donations

  • Apr 10, 2020 - R 800.00
  • "Such an amazing initiative! Good luck Kav! We're supporting you all the way ️" - Moodley Family

  • Apr 09, 2020 - R 200.00
  • "Go get em Kav!" - Kavesan

  • Mar 13, 2020 - R 200.00
  • "Good luck Kav, may you run be as good as your mission to help these children. " - Tara

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R 2 100.00
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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 and mental health 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.

Help us to remove mental health barriers to education!

To set up your own fundraising page for Goldilocks and The Bear Foundation click here