Calling all Sponsors!
We are inviting corporate sponsors who have a personal or professional interest in mental-health, nutrition, science, wellness and education to help support the following event:
The launch of my charitable trust Nutritious Minds on Wednesday 01 November 2017 at 5.30 – 9.00 pm at Hotel Du Vin (formerly known as Cannizaro House), West Side Common, Wimbledon, London SW19 4UE.
Our major costs are the rental of the venue, catering and promotional material and without the kind and generous support of sponsors the event would just not be possible. We cordially invite you to please consider the following sponsorship options:
Platinum: £2500.00 Gold: £2000.00 Silver: £1500.00 Bronze: £1000.00
The Five Elements
Fire: £750.00 Earth: £500.00 Air: £250.00 Spirit: £100.00 Water: £50.00
Any donation large or small is appreciated and can be made via Pay Pal (see link on the right). You can also donate via bank transfer or credit/debit card – use the contact form at the foot of this page to arrange a payment.
All sponsors are invited to host a marketing stand and offer promotional material to attendees. Attendees will be made up of parents, parent and family networks, mental-health care professionals, scientists, clinicians, government sector including NHS, private mental-health care trust workers, other non-profit charities and maybe a celebrity or two! (Watch this space!) All sponsors are featured on this website and will also be featured on Dr Gow’s social media platforms.
All proceeds from ticket sales will be used to provide a wide-range of support services including educational, nutritional, and behavioral to no income or low-income families as well as facilitating the operation of the trust.
On behalf of my co-organizers, we look forward to hearing from you and very much hope you can join us for the special event. Thanking you in advance for your kind consideration and support!
The founder – Dr Rachel V. Gow
Rachel is a neurodevelopmental specialist whose ultimate passion in life (aside from research!) is to provide meaningful and positive change to the lives of children and individuals with learning and behavioural differences. As well as being a neuroscientist, Rachel is a mother to two children. Her son was diagnosed with ADHD and Dyslexia around the age of 9 and was the driving force behind a monumental career change which led to over a decade of study involving clinical research into the role of nutrition in neurodevelopmental disorders.
She now wants to pass on her experiences, and share knowledge and information about these conditions to others, knowing how little help is often available. The main aim of the charity, therefore, is to provide support and services which will greatly benefit families and children in similar positions, as well as raising awareness, while implementing change and advocating for equality. Rachel believes that every child deserves the chance to reach his or her highest potential irrespective of a learning or behavioural difference.
Rachel recently returned to London having spent 4 years working in Washington DC at the National Institutes of Health – the primary research agency of the US government where she conducted cutting-edge, clinical research in the field of Nutritional Neuroscience. Rachel has a PhD in Child Neuropsychology from King’s College London, and is also a Registered Nutritionist. Her first book on Nutritional Neuroscience is being published in Spring 2018.
- Nutritional expertise & personalised diet plans
- Assessment for nutritional insufficiencies
- Advice on brain-selective nutrients which may positively enhance attention networks, cognition and mood
- Omega-3 index testing & advice on nutritional supplements
- Evaluation for food allergies and intolerances
- Mentoring & life-coach service to facilitate achievement of personal and professional goals
- Personal training and sports coaching also available.