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Nosh for Josh

Did you know? Every hour, a child with Autism is being born in South Africa? Only 0.001% of our children with Autism in SA have access to beneficial education.

What is Autism? 

Autism is a disorder of neural development characterized by impaired social interaction, communication, and by restricted and repetitive behaviours. These signs all begin before a child is three years old. 
Autism affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells and their synapses connect and organise - how this occurs is not well understood.

Nosh for Josh Vision:

1. To create a support platform for autistic children and their parents

2. To further enrol more children for the stemcell procedure that will postively improve their lives

Joshua Sandy was the first child that went over to Mumbai, India for the stemcell procedure.

Stemcell therapy is minimally invasive and reasonable as safe as any therapy can be. This operation is 91% curable and is done at Neurogen Brain And Spine Institute in India, Mumbai.

We will be running campaigns and roadshows for disadvantaged kids in getting this life changing oppurtunity. There are too many kids that is on the educational waiting list. We need to become their voices... so we are doing Be MY Voice Campaign. We are sending 3 unpriviledged kids to India this year.

We need your support in making a difference in these 3 children lives... heartfelt thank you for supporting this initiiative.

Nosh For Josh in the News

Kempton Express


Fundraising target

R 600 000.00

Donations to date

R 9 086.83

Funds raised offline

R 6 709.00

Donor Messages

Glass Walker Challenge
All the best!
Glass Walker Challenge
Good Luck
Cecile Christians
Never stop dreaming
Glass Walker Challenge
Good Luck
Candice Langley
Huge dreams for such a young lady - truely inspirational! Don't give up x
Kay Beneke
Best of luck... You Can Do It
Sadiyah Hamza
Together we can make a difference
Rhazia Van Dyk Hamza
Every little bit helps
Malikah Hamza
It starts with me.