Your donations help people who stutter to enjoy a fulfilling working life
“As an experienced speech and language therapist I have witnessed so many times how bias against people who stutter has eroded their self-belief that they’ll ever get a job. 50 Million Voices is successfully changing this bias. That’s why I donate regularly to support their work”.
Jan Logan, UK
“The support I’ve received from my 50 Million Voices mentor has been a game-changer for me. I’m so much more confident with my stammer at work and I’ve just secured my first job in my dream career.”
“I have nothing but great feedback. It’s so inspiring to be aware of stammerers in my desired line of work, so to have such talented people on board and to be able to communicate with them is fantastic.”
Unemployed interviewee – subsequently accepted job offer through 50 Million Voices interview event
“Thank you for including me in the 50mV practice interview sessions the last couple of days. I can truly say I was blessed to be a part of it!”
Unemployed interviewee now in employment, UK
"The practice interviews helped a lot! I gained confidence in disclosing my stuttering while convincing the employer about my strengths including my high level of empathy."
Practice interviewee on passing their real job interview one week later, now employed, South Africa
Laying firmer foundations
“The advice, encouragement and support I’ve received from 50 Million Voices has enabled the Ghana Stammering Association to develop an employment focussed strategy for the first time. People who stutter and employers are already benefitting from this”
Elias Apreko –
Co-founder and Executive Director of the Ghana Stammering Association
“It was a fantastic opportunity to meet with the senior disability leader from the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and to discuss ideas for collaborating on stammering in India. This introduction only happened because we are part of 50 Million Voices.”
Shilpa Sagwal – Core team member, The Indian Stammering Association (TISA)
“I was shocked to learn how stammering makes visible and audible internal struggles and comes with a heavy dose of discrimination, whether it's during the interview or a career progression”
“I was left feeling overwhelmed at the bravery of the individual I met. He chose his words very carefully and each one had power that is lost when too many words are used.”
D&I Manager, UK
"It helped me to learn what individuals go through to secure a job, progress in the role and openly talk about their conditions. It was a mind-opening exercise that enable me to explore the ways to support this community and educate people with the ways to be a good ally."
Diversity & Equality Leader, UK
Income and spending
We are registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) by the Charity Commission for England and Wales, and our charity number is 1189541.
We spend our income where we believe it has the greatest direct impact for people who stutter.
As you’d expect from a charity whose chair is a Chartered Accountant we keep our costs to a minimum!
All our work is carried out virtually, thus avoiding occupancy costs such as rent, rates and utilities.
And with more funding we’re confident that we can significantly increase our impact further.
How to donate
Please donate if you’d like to help a person who stutters have a better chance of having a fulfilling working life.
Click the button below.
If you’d like to talk with us before contributing, we’d be delighted to hear from you. Please email: email@example.com
Some types of donation you may want to consider:
- General donations - We will allocate your money to ensure that 50 Million Voices will be able to continue to carry out its work.
- Specific donations - These will support named activities such as mentoring.
Easy ways to donate
- Click or tap the "Donate" button above and select the option that best suits you.
- Please contact us about activities such as sponsored team and individual challenges
- Amazon Smile: Please nominate 50 Million Voices as your favourite charity.
- Remembering us in your Will with a legacy to continue work that’s important to you.
Helping with fundraising
If you’d like to get involved in fundraising or have other ideas, then we’d love to hear from you. Please contact Iain Wilkie: firstname.lastname@example.org.