Join us to celebrate our 3 year anniversary since going public and support us to raise money to sustain our community!
ADHD Babes is turning 3 and we want to celebrate with you! October being Black History Month and ADHD Awareness Month makes it a perfect time to celebrate our community as well as raise funds to ensure we can continue the work we do.
On the night we will have:
- a creative workshop
- cultural hot food (limited)
- drinks and snacks
- a DJ
- live performances from babes from our community
- raffle giveaway
- a panel discussion of lived experience Black ADHDers
- an introduction to ADHD & ADHD Babes
- a creche will be available for Mums and parents upon request!
- a low sensory space
to be announced!
Creative Workshop – Hosted by our babes Zviki & Naomi
DJ – Try B – Instagram
- NHS CNWL + more TBA!
- Rach with ADHD
- House of Lavender
- Black SEN Mama’s
- Thelma Matilda Alves Foundation
AP Caters – Instagram
All Nations Vegan House – Instagram
All proceeds from this event will go to our fundraiser and help us cover our core costs as a community group throughout 2024!
Who we are
ADHD Babes is collective of Black women and non-binary people. We create safer spaces for us to flourish and live our lives to their greatest potential. We aim to empower people with community, tools, learning and healing spaces to redefine ADHD, tackle its difficulties and utilise its strengths.
This event is funded by the Black Funding Network.
Venue – M’nuchah: A resting place
A place of rest, fused with creativity.
M’nuchah is a first of it’s kind Aparthotel for community and creatives. A resting place for those looking to recharge, a sanctuary for those wanting to be inspired.
A place to relax, refresh and recharge.
M’nuchah embodies rest mode! An old pub transformed into a creator’s playground, the space consists of an Events, Podcast Studio, Creative lounge and eight unique Serviced Apartments.
(This venue is wheelchair accessible)
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