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This article was first published on the 12th of October 2020.

The Cape Town International Kite Festival kicks off on the 10th of October and runs up until the 31st of October.

The virtual event consists of live kite flying, kite-making workshops, local and international kite-flyers and a special showcase to end off the festival.

Everyone might know about the kite festival but not everyone knows the important reason why the kite festival is held every year.

Weekend Breakfast show host, EB Inglis chats to Dylan Oktober, PR & Communications Manager for Cape Mental Health.

The Kite Festival is our flagship event, it's a huge platform for us to not only raise awareness about mental health but also raise funds for Cape Mental Health which is the organisation that hosts the Kite Festival.

Dylan Oktober, PR & Communications Manager for Cape Mental Health

It carries a very important message with it this year, and we hope that what we've curated inspires hope under our hashtag #hopeontherise.

Dylan Oktober, PR & Communications Manager for Cape Mental Health

October is Mental Health Awareness Month, and this year we're focusing on creating better investment in mental health to further upskill the services being provided within our communities.

Dylan Oktober, PR & Communications Manager for Cape Mental Health

Learn more about Cape Mental Health, below.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CapeMentalHealth
Twitter: @CMH_NGO
Instagram: @CapeMentalHealth
Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCflINdS7CE9FBu42cSKkiMA/
Website: www.capementalhealth.co.za

Listen to EB Inglis' full interview with Dylan Oktober, PR & Communications Manager for Cape Mental Health, below.

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