Co-Founder Jazz Thornton wrote an open letter to the police officer who saved her life. Her letter was first published by the NZ Herald and was quickly picked up by media all over the world.
After the launch of our December mens campaign "It's not weak to speak"the Daily Mail did a piece on whats ahead for Voices of Hope.
After the release of co-founder Genevieve's video story, she was asked by 9honey to share experience of mental illness with them.
Thank you Daily Mail for sharing Genevieve's story about her battle with OCD, anxiety, depression and Anorexia.
After releasing our latest video “Dear Suicidal Me” Voices of Hope was thrilled to have Daily Mail Aus/UK share our vision with their readers.
From the one Daily Mail article news hubs around the world jumped on board and picked up our story. Press includes: Yahoo News, 7 News Australia, my express, 1london, news2read.
The Daily Telegraph Australia shared our video “Dear Suicidal Me.” One of Australia’s leading media for latest breaking news and things happening in and around Australia. Incredible exposure for Voices of Hope.
The New Zealand Herald (NZ’s largest paper) shared co-founder Jazz Thornton's personal story with mental illness as well as what were the motivating factors behind her making the ground breaking video “Dear Suicidal Me.”
We were honoured to be apart of "Break The Silence" Stories of Hope with HopeWalk Suicide Prevention Movement - Jazz's story is among these incredible stories that show hope and perseverance. We love that the media is taking a new turn when talking about mental health - no longer focusing on the negative and what's wrong, but showing hope and providing solutions. 👊🏼
Co-Founder of VOH Jazz recently won the annual Doc Edge pitch meaning that she is about to start creating a documentary on suicide.Check out this article for more information!
Jazz Thornton remembers exactly how she felt right before she tried to take her own life.She is brave enough now to tell her story.