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Audiobook Production - Through the Eyes of a Foster Child

Closed Cause page created in the Education category by Yan Gao for "my late husband Daryl Brougham"


$400 of $3,000 goal
Given by 8 generous donors in around 4 months
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Produce 'Through the eyes of a foster child' as an audiobook, have his knowledge about foster care to be heard by more people who need help.

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I am the widow of the late Daryl Brougham who wrote the book " Through the eyes of a foster child."

Daryl's book is based on his true-life story of him being in foster care from the age of 3-month-old to 18. In the book, you will have first-hand experience of what it’s like to walk through the front door and live in a strange place. Feel, see and experience the horrors of moving, abuse, neglect, maltreatment, and much much more. Rising above all the abuse, Daryl vowed to make a difference for the children in care, and he did by becoming a qualified social worker and later published his book and became a keynote speaker and advocate on behalf of foster children.

Unfortunately, all the abuse, maltreatment, and anxiety have impacted on his physical and mental health. He left us suddenly without the chance to say the last goodbye in 2018.

For the last 2 years, I often got people to ask me if they can get the audiobook copy of " Through the Eyes of a Foster Child". Some even from people who been in care and got beaten up the end with vision problems.

Daryl's life story is inspiring, and his experience and knowledge in foster care should be delivered to more people who need help. To find out more please check through https://www.darylbrougham.com

The Aim to have enough fund raised in 3 weeks, and have the production started (which required payments in full to be paid before any work begins ). Then complete it by the end of the year but hopefully on Daryl's birthday - November 16th.

GIVEAWAY: For anyone who donated $30 or more, we will send you a copy of this audiobook for FREE once is produced. We really appreciate your kindness and contribution. Let's make it better together for our children in care.

Yan Gao's involvement (page creator)

To help transform the late Daryl Brougham's published book 'Through the eyes of a foster child' into an audio format and deliver his knowledge about foster care more out there.

Use of funds

To produce 'Through the eyes of a foster child' as an audiobook, which including find the professional sound studio and narrator to record audio, check quality control, post audio engineering, distribution, etc.

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Audiobook Production STARTS!! Thank you for your help.  17 February 2021

Posted by: Yan Gao

Happy New Year everyone, hope you had a great holiday.

Life always has its ups and downs, now suddenly we are in Level 3 lockdown again in Auckland, but I have great news to share with you all.

I have been saving hard, and thanks for your kind donations towards with cause as well, now I can proudly tell you that we are kickstarting the process of producing the Audiobook!

Hopefully, you will be able to hear Daryl's story 'Through the Eyes of a Foster Child' soon in the near future!

If you have questions or like to help out more, please visit Daryl's website: www.darylbrougham.com

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Guest Donor on 23 Nov 2020
Love you always little bro 💙❤
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Emily
Emily on 16 Nov 2020
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABE
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Ethan
Ethan on 07 Nov 2020
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Your one and only favourite Niece!
Your one and only favourite Niece! on 27 Oct 2020
We love you 😍
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Pat
Pat on 16 Oct 2020
A Very Special Man one of our Heroes
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