2022 Children's Mental Health Awareness Day: Advocate Thank You Gifts

Win The Most Popular Cooling Products

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Neck Fan

Cooling Towel

GoVee Room Thermometer

Cool Time Neck Collar

How to Become an Advocate

JBRF is inviting families to become advocates for JBRF during the 2022 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day fundraising campaign. At the the end, as a token of our gratitude we will give away one of the above cooling products to every family who raises more than $100. 

Advocates are asked to fundraise on JBRF’s behalf* amongst family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors. Our ambitious campaign goal is to reach $27,500 during the month of May. 

Any gift, in any amount, makes a difference.

You can help us reach this goal by connecting future supporters with JBRF during the months of April & May. We’re here to help you be successful, so check out the advocate resources here:

JBRF Advocate CMHAD Resources (PDF)
JBRF CMHAD Pledge Form (PDF)
JBRF Brochure (PDF)
Donation page link: 2022 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day Campaign

How to Win

Any advocate household that generates $100 or more in gifts* during April and May 2022 will receive one of the gifts shown above.


1. Does my own contribution count toward the gift total I bring in*?

Yes, your contribution to the 2022 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day Campaign counts! Please don’t forget to share with others that you are giving when you ask them to make a gift.

2. Is there a minimum amount to qualify?

Yes, eligibility is limited to those who generate a minimum of $100 in gifts. (Remember, there’s no maximum!)

3. What if someone wants to give monthly instead of all at once?

That’s great! We love recurring monthly gifts because they help us plan, develop, and implement projects and programs, making your support have an even greater impact! The value of recurring monthly gifts is calculated out to the end of the year, making a $25 per month gift made in May count towards your total as a $200 gift!

4. How do you keep track of the gifts I bring in?

Email fundraising@jbrf.org and we can provide each advocate with a link to their own online donation page that will give you a unique donation URL and will keep track of each of their friends, family, coworkers, and neighbors who give. 

5. Are the thank you gifts worth all this work?

Well, to be honest, they are pretty cool. But the truth is that most families who participate as advocates do so because they want to give back to JBRF out of appreciation for all the support, education, and advocacy they receive all year long. 

6. If I can’t raise enough can I buy the thank you gifts for myself?

You can support JBRF by purchasing any of these, or other products, through the affiliate links listed on the products page of our website. JBRF will receive a (very) small percentage of the sale.  

7. What if I have more questions?

Please email us at fundraising@jbrf.org

* Fundraising must be through JBRF’s campaign links, not through Facebook donations. 

The Clinician’s Pathway Program (CPP) and its assessment tools, the CBQ and JJ, were developed by Dr. Demitri Papolos. By clicking the links below you will leave www.jbrf.org and be redirected to the research site that contains the CPP and the CBQ & JJ assessments. If you have any questions or concerns regarding these tools please direct them to Dr. Papolos’s system administrator at CPP@drpapolos.com

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Scoring for assessments within the CPP is a fee-based service offered by the private practice of Demitri Papolos, M.D.; this service is independent of JBRF but may be accessed through the JBRF website. Dr. Papolos developed the CBQ & JJ measures and their automated scoring report with the support of JBRF. Questions and/or concerns with regard to the scored report should be addressed to CPP@drpapolos.com