Thanks everyone! Our team in the city to surf went well. They've raised some funds but we haven't reached our goal and unless you act now time is running out!

You don't have to wear a cape or be in the City2Surf to be a hero. Just make a small donation.

We need funds to maintain and deliver support services for the increasing number of people living with ADHD who contact us. 

Please make a small donation now. Only 2 weeks then its over. Your single donation of any size counts.

All money raised goes to the ADHD Centre TM an initiative of ADDults with ADHD, a not for profit, volunteer run charity. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

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We don't receive government funding. We don't have paid collectors. We rely on your donations and fundraising like this.

The ADHD Centre needs help to meet the increasing demand for vital ADHD services. Our goal is to raise $10,000.  Donations go to funding vital, life-changing support services for adults, children and families dealing with the difficult daily challenges of life with their Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

If you, a loved one, a friend or work colleague has experienced the often devastating impacts of ADHD, this is your chance to do something heroic.


Did you know exercise elevates your brain's neurotransmitters, creates new blood vessels and makes growth factors that spawn new cells in your brain?*

"Going for a run or long walk is like taking a little bit of Prozac and a little bit of Ritalin because, like the drugs, exercise elevates your brain's neurotransmitters"#

So why not start training and become more active?

Boot up and start exercising! If you’re a beginner that's ok. It's easy to take daily walks. It doesn’t matter how far you go, as long as you do it regularly and at your own pace. Or join a gym and do some treadmill, cycling or rowing machine time.

Action creates change.

City2Surf was filled with individuals, families and friends coming together to do their part to help support people living with ADHD. Team ADHD Heroes is a great opportunity for you to be involved in helping others get support when they are challenged by their ADHD. 

Source * Carl Cotman, Director, Institute for Brain Aging & Dementia, University of California. # John Ratey, MD, associate clinical professor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.