Bring a Fiona Project event to your area!

We work with artists around the globe to bring CSA awareness to local communities through concerts and other arts-based projects. Join the movement!

Watch the Award-Winning '(Welcome Home) Fiona' music video

This video is for Child Sexual Abuse survivors everywhere. You are not alone. We see you. We hear you. We stand with you!

Predators aren't who you think they are

What you don't know that's putting your child at risk right now!

Musicians and Artists for CSA Prevention & Healing

If you're a musician or artist we would love to have you partner with us. Your voice is a powerful vehicle for change. Use it to help us bring CSA awareness to your community. Become a partner!

Make a Donation

Your donation will help fund music and arts-based child sexual abuse prevention and healing efforts.

Music and arts for child sexual abuse prevention and healing

PARTNERS & EVENTS
The Fiona Project works with musicians and artists around the globe to connect their communities with quick child safety tips and survivor support resources through concerts and other arts-based events. Our mission is to undo the taboo around child sexual abuse that keeps victims silent and predators free. We do this by bringing awareness of child sexual abuse to everyday people in an easy, non-threatening way--through music and the arts.

SURVIVORS SPEAK
Art ~ Music ~ Poetry ~ Photography

Check out our "Survivors Speak" arts blog, where those who have experienced CSA can share their original art, poetry, music, photography and other creative works. Or submit your own work for publication.

#breakthesilence #metoocsa #healcsa

Child Sexual Abuse Affects 1 in every 10 Children

Protecting the children in your life from sexual predators can be as easy as teaching them to cross the street; but you must first be aware, informed and comfortable addressing the issue. Review our quick prevention tips now and start actively protecting your children today!

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention
"RULES TO REMEMBER"


A safe, empowered, knowledgeable caregiver creates a safe, empowered, knowledgeable child.

Show your kids that you are a safe adult. Listen to their stories and complaints with open ears. Be supportive instead of judgmental. Try to understand their world. And remember, sometimes it's what they're not saying that it most important.

Watch. Listen. Connect.

Join the Movement

It is our goal to use music and arts to protect and uplift thousands of children and survivors. But we can only do this with your help.

SIMPLE THINGS YOU CAN DO NOW
HOST AN EVENT
BECOME A MUSIC & ARTS PARTNER
SHARE THE FIONA VIDEO
DONATE



Help us bring important child sexual abuse prevention awareness and healing resources to your commmunity.

Share the Fiona video with the hashtags #breakthesilence #endCSA #healCSA
(and #metoocsa if you are a survivor).


VIEW UPCOMING EVENTS

Latest From The Blog

  • Shadows of the Night by Mary Grazia...

    Notes from Mary about this video:

    My friend George Robinson put together this song of my work. I met him at his Healing through Creativity festival in West Virginia which I have attended for about 4 years. My very close friend, artist Michal Madison allowed us to …

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  • Voices Risen by Paula Evans Moysin...

    © Paula Evans Moysin. Published by permission.

    About the Author

    I’m a wife, mother, and grandmother who has lived with the wounds of CSA my whole life. When I began therapy, writing was the only way I could express myself. Now it has become a solid part …

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  • Hands Clean by Alanis Morissette...

    Remember this song? Alanis very clearly states in interviews that it was part of her healing from a relationship with an older man that she was “unprepared to deal with at the time” (She was 14.)

    Note the verse lyrics are very standard stuff for CSA …

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Survivors Speak

CSA Survivors are creative, powerful people. Some create to heal, others for fun, and some to change the world. Enjoy these creative works from our survivors.