Helping Children through ‘Voice-a-Thon’

Posted on October 16, 2008 by

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Helping the future of the voice over industry starts with our children. Today, we present to you a way you can help students in high-poverty areas with a donation, no matter how small, to the Voice-a-Thon.

The Voice-a-Thon is a joint-effort between Voice123 and DonorsChoose.org. Here is how it works:

1. Teachers ask for classroom project materials.
2. Voice123 selects voice and speech-related projects.
3. You choose a project to bring to life.
4. Students learn and thank you with letters and photos.

Click Here to See the Projects and Donate!

Today’s public schools often lack the resources for students to receive a proper education. Voice-a-Thon makes it easy for you to make a ‘difference’, one classroom at a time. You can fund any project that moves you, whether it be microphones or iPods, second graders or sophomores, the Bronx or Nashville.

We hope you find time after auditioning on Voice123 to help our children in need. Of course, your donation is tax-deductible.

“I know of no safe repository of the ultimate power of society but people. And if we think them not enlightened enough, the remedy is not to take the power from them, but to inform them by education.” Thomas Jefferson

You can also help by telling your friends about this effort, simply by forwarding this message.

Best regards,

Tania Zapata & Alexander Torrenegra
Founders of Voice123

PS: The Voice-a-Thon is only available to students located in the United States, currently. DonorsChoose.org is working on allowing students from all over the world to ask for your help.