By Rachael Grealish
Former The Voice star Kenza Blanka is aiming to raise money for the NHS, during the COVID-19 crisis, by sharing her voice with the world.
Many people may know Kenza after she featured in the 2019 series The Voice, but behind the scenes Kenza is a trained mental health nurse and passionate about the NHS.
In a bid to do her bit to support the front line heroes she’s writer and recorded a song called ‘We wanna say thank you’.
So fat the multi-lingual singer has raised over £500, but hopes to raise more.
She said: “I wanted to do something to give back to the NHS which I love. I am raising money for the NHS health care workers, as a nurse myself I know how stressful it can be but rewarding to give up your time to heal people.
“One of the nurses I know lost a child due to this virus recently and I want to be able to support her and send financial aid as well as spread financial aid towards equipment and needs for the NHS medical staff.
“I want to raise this money to show the health are workers that we love them and most importantly, appreciate them.”
Alongside fundraising for the NHS the 34-year-old is on a mission to spread her unique music, clothing and positive messages surrounding positive mental health, self-acceptance and self-love far and wide.