Dear ::subscriber.first_name::,


Today I'm writing to express my sincere gratitude for your generosity during Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month. I have once again been awed by the commitment of our JBRF family of donors. As of June 1, we raised a total of $23,410, nearly reaching our ambitious goal to raise $25,000.


We are rapidly expanding as we build on our successful cutting-edge research programs. We are the only organization partnering directly with parents and families coping with Bipolar Disorder & Fear of Harm by providing parent and family education, clinician consultation, educational advocacy, and peer-to-peer support groups.


Our parents and families are grateful to receive much-needed support from JBRF. Below you'll find expressions of gratitude from families who have directly benefited from the programs you make possible.


On a personal note, I would like to thank you for your generosity, your compassion, and for being an essential part of the JBRF community. 


Thank you,


Elizabeth Errico

Executive Director

Juvenile Bipolar Research Foundation


P.S. If you missed the opportunity to participate in our spring fundraiser, not to worry! Gifts can be made year round through our safe and secure online giving platform, on our website, by clicking the link below, or by mailing a contribution to:

JBRF Gift Processing | 111 Hekili St. Suite A-600 | Kailua, HI 96734



“I am so thankful for our JBRF support group. We would definitely be facing hospitalization right now without JBRF, so we are beyond grateful!”

- Mother of an 8 year old with Fear of Harm.

“JBRF's education program lays out just how and why my child behaves the way he does and it has validated all of our experiences. It’s such a relief to know that there are ways to manage this disorder.”

- Mother of an 11 year old with Fear of Harm

 “I am exceptionally grateful for the direct advocacy JBRF provided on behalf of my family. Their proactive, individualized, and compassionate approach was instrumental in enabling us to pursue these life-altering treatments.”

- Mother of a 10 year old with Fear of Harm

“Being able to come together with other caregivers to share ideas and support has been priceless, and helps to reaffirm I have taken the correct steps to bring meaningful change and calm to my child.”

- Mother of a 9 year old with Fear of Harm


JBRF Supports children and families suffering from bipolar disorder and

Fear of Harm through research, education, and outreach. 

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