Competitions


Your chance to win!

From time to time, Finding Our Voices will be doing competitions and giveaways for various different prizes. Have a look at how to enter the competition below and you could be a winner!

Latest competition (still open)

Finding Our Voices is giving away two signed copies of the children’s book Charli’s Choices which were very kindly donated (and written!) by Marian B. Moldan, LCSW-R – director and founder of Childhood Anxiety Solutions.

Charli’s Choices is a book which suggests ways of making speech easier for children by asking choice questions.

The book is illustrated by Toby Allen, who also has an illustration project called Real Monsters which features different anxiety disorders including selective mutism.

How to enter: To win one of the signed copies of Charli’s Choices, all you need to do is email contact@findingourvoices.co.uk with your name and how you would help someone with SM.

Previous competitions (now closed)

What inspires you?

Prize: A selection of SM products from the Selective Mutism Network, including an awareness bear, bracelet and car magnet!

Art competition

Prize: Author Tom Neely donated a copy of his book Mary-Ellen O’Keefe’s Word Speaking Diet.

What makes you smile?

Prize: Kathryn Harper donated a copy of her new adult book ‘I Have Something to Say!’ which was published recently.

Random word!

Prize: Kathryn Harper donated a copy of one of her children’s books ‘The Cat Got My Tongue!

Donations: If you would like to donate a prize for a future Finding Our Voices competition, please email with the details: contact@findingourvoices.co.uk

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