MAY 8 IS MATES DAY

BECOME A CLASSROOM THAT CARES

Each person with NF is unique, which should be celebrated, but as we all know, being different is not always easy and it is not always fair.  Children with NF can develop differently from their peers, which can lead to feelings of isolation, anxiety and even depression.

We want to level the playing field, reduce incidence of bullying and help educate kids on what it means to live with NF. 

We are reaching out to day-care centres and schools across the country to become a “classroom that cares”. By registering your school and working with us to foster an atmosphere of acceptance amongst the student body, we will not only improve the lives of those battling this condition, but teach every student about the power of compassion to change a life.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO GET INVOLVED

 

    

DOWNLOAD MATES DAY TOOLKIT HERE

JUST REMEMBER TO SHOW YOUR SOLIDARITY:

  • DRESS IN YELLOW OR GOLD.
  • TALK ABOUT THE CHALLENGES FACING KIDS LIVING WITH NF.
  • HELP CELEBRATE DIFFERENCE AND SAY "NO" TO BULLYING. 
  • REQUEST A GOLD COIN DONATION. 
  • BE A MATE ON MAY 8.

For more information, please contact

Renee Anschau, Marketing and Acquisition Manager

Renee.anschau@ctf.org.au or 02 9713 6111