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There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in this important movement without cramping your lifestyle. Below are some ideas. Choose the one that speaks to you, or make up your own! This is a creative movement, so be creative!

Share the Fiona video

Social sharing is one of the easiest ways to educate others about child sexual abuse. People love music videos and memes. Share the (Welcome Home) Fiona music video with a heartfelt comment about why it is important to you or how it made you feel. The video will help survivors to know they are not alone, and will help everyone else understand what it’s like for survivors trying to heal from child sexual abuse.

Plus, at the end of the video, there is an important announcement and links to other CSA-related videos as well. This is an easy, non-threatening way for people to get access to important information about child sexual abuse prevention and healing resources.

PS. Tag The Fiona Project in your post too! This will help people find our organization and get involved!
@thefionaprojectorg on Facebook
@thefionaproject on Twitter

If you’re a survivor, acknowledge your story

For survivors, sharing our stories, feelings, struggles and healing liberates us from the bonds of shame and secrecy that have bound us for so long. It offers those struggling hope for themselves and their situation, and possibly the courage to break their own chains of silence. For our friends and family, it offers a glimpse into our world so that they can better understand us, which is the first step in building safe, trusting and loving relationships.

At The Fiona Project, we know that artistic endeavors offer great healing, so we acknowledge our stories through our art, music and poetry. If you’re a survivor, please consider sharing your original creative work as a declaration of liberty and empowerment–both for yourself and as a resource to help others. Click here to submit your original art, music, poetry, photography or other creative work for publication in our Survivors Speak arts blog.

If you see something, say something!

  • Learn the signs of grooming and abuse;
  • Report suspected child abuse to the authorities and to any organization the suspected abuser has direct access to children through (including both paid and volunteer positions);
  • Talk to your children and let them know they are safe to talk to you about anything that happens to them–no matter what anyone else tells them.  (There are some great books on talking to kids in a safe and informative way that protects them.)
  • Review our prevention tips and survivor resources and share with others.
  • Show up as a Safe Adult for at-risk youth. Redirect private interaction between a child and an adult to a public space and bring awareness and suggestions to your school, club or program where you witnessed the interaction. Awareness and intervention are key to prevention.

Host a House Concert

Do you enjoy entertaining? Have room for 10 or 20 fans to come together and listen to some great music (indoors or out)? Help us bring important awareness to your neighborhood (and undo the taboo of being a CSA survivor) by hosting a house concert!

Contact a local musician that you enjoy and ask them if they would perform. Be sure to explain the purpose of your event when you reach out to them, so they understand the setting. And while you shouldn’t expect them to play for free, you can ask if they do anything special for charity fundraisers. You never know? Some musicians will give a percentage of their CD sales or a small discount on their services. A good friend might even partner up with you for free. We don’t want to take our musicians for granted, but it doesn’t hurt to discuss options.

Then, once you’ve settled on an agreement, invite your guests and/or publicize your event. And remember, you don’t have to do everything for free and foot all of the expense yourself. You can always request that your guests pay a ticket cost to attend. Many people are very familiar with buying tickets for this style of event.

PS. Remember to download the host kit for your event too. In the kit, you’ll find quick awareness and educational information about CSA, prevention tips hand-outs, QR codes to connect attendees with our resources, talking points and more.

And of course, feel free to contact us with questions.

Become a Music & Arts Partner

Are you a musician or an artist? Do you have ties to a music or arts program or school? If you already have a public presence, support our mission with a mention that you are a Fiona Project Music & Arts Partner, a music movement for child sexual abuse prevention and healing.

If you particpate in an event where you can mention child sexual abuse and the importance of prevention education and supporting survivors, tag us in your Facecbook event and we’ll add it to the Fiona Project calendar for added exposure.

If you have a website, you can also add a “Proud Member” badge somewhere on your site and link it to thefionaproject.org. Send us the link to your website and we will add you to our Partners page with a reciprocal link. (Backlinks are awesome!)

And of course, sharing CSA prevention tips or healing resources at your events is always an incredible boost for CSA awareness if it’s possible for you to work that in.

For more information, check out our concert kit for performers and artists.

Join our mailing list & follow our social media


Knowledge is power. Sharing our events and posts as appropriate helps bring prevention awareness to the public, even if it’s just posts about CSA-related stuff happening in the news. And always be sure to include a personal comment when sharing anything on social media. People don’t want to just read articles. They may become interested because they know and like *you* and it’s something you are passionate about!


The Fiona music video is now online, and thanks to our wonderful volunteers, sponsors and supporters, concerts have been performed in various cities from coast-to-coast across the United States and also in Europe. But there is always more work to be done!

If you have expertise in any of the following that you would be willing to contribute to our program, it would be greatly appreciated!

Click here to volunteer. No effort is too small.

  • Social Marketing
  • Publicity
  • Television/Radio exposure
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Press Releases
  • Events Champion
  • Partner Relations
  • something else… you name it!


Your donation helps to support our FREE programs and services for Child Sexual Abuse Prevention & Healing. (Donations are not tax-deductible.)


Or mail a check payable to:
Light Path Wisdom, LLC
ATTN: The Fiona Project
6234 Old Highway 5, Ste D9, PMB 2
Woodstock ,GA 30188

And last, but not least…

If you are still struggling with abuse, get help.

The best thing you can do to help others, is to help yourself heal.

Any survivor can understand that remembering your abuse is probably the last thing you want to do. It’s ugly. It’s painful. It may still be frightening even. But getting help is crucial for that little child inside that was hurt so badly.

When you can finally speak freely about your abuse, then you know that your inner-child is starting to feel safe and get healthy. Your whole life will change. You will stop having seemingly random feelings of anger and frustration. Things that used to trigger you will become more and more manageable. It’s worth the short-term pain for the long-term gain of a more peaceful, happier life with better relationships and better self-care.

Avoidance and denial does not heal sexual abuse; but looking it square in the face, accepting, grieving and getting help will.

You can do it!!!!!  And then, maybe you can help someone else do it too.

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