Would you like to help Voice Found?
“How can I help?”
We hear this question a lot and are grateful for it.
One of the easiest ways to help is through fundraising.
- Create your own fundraising campaign through our Canada Helps Profile. Simply click on the red button, set up an account and then launch your campaign. We’ve had people fundraise for birthdays, wedding gifts, in memory of loved ones and/or just to help.
- Conduct a Third Party Fundraising event. The opportunities are endless. Maybe an event at your office or take up a collection? Or maybe you want to plan a major event such as a dinner or luncheon. Contact us at info @ voicefound.ca and let us know what you are thinking and we will be delighted to assist.
- Take advantage of the added tax benefits of donations of securities or mutual funds. Simply click on ‘Donate Securities Button’ and complete the steps to make a donation of securities or mutual funds to Voice Found.
- Do you need a motivational speaker? Our founder is available for speaking engagements with all funds going to Voice Found. Listen to her story of courageous action and how she overcame the consequences of her abuse to live a purpose-filled life. Presentations are carefully prepared to suit your audience and needs.
“Through her heartfelt, personal account, Cynthia Bland quickly connects with her audience on both a personal and emotional level. Her personal story as a child sexual abuse survivor provides hope and courage, and her experiences provide practical and effective strategies that can be used to prevent and respond to child sexual abuse. Cynthia’s openness, honesty, strength, and resolve resonate with a range of audiences that include youth, adults, survivors, offenders and anyone interested in learning about how to protect children and youth from sexual abuse. Her passion engages the heart and the mind, while her authenticity creates a supportive and safe environment that allows audiences to connect with each other in their own way.Cynthia was able to channel the pain, loss, and trauma that she endured throughout her life to the creation of an organization that strives to protect children. Her journey to and after disclosure, led to the founding of Voice Found and The Hope Found Project, an organization she has dedicated her time, energy and life to. Her story and training instill hope in others, and they serves as a constant reminder that help, healing and hope is not only possible, but can lead to remarkable outcomes.” Sue Peterkova, Health Promotion Specialist, Government of Nunavut