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The Gold Hope Project! Pediatric cancer and free photography sessions


I. am. so. excited! I just got the acceptance email today, letting me know that I was selected to be a participating photographer in The Gold Hope Project! I applied on February 15 and was anxiously awaiting the news. What is The Gold Hope Project? It is an organization of photographers who offer free photography sessions and photos to families who have a child diagnosed with pediatric cancer.  From their website:

“The Gold Hope Project is a team of over 300 photographers (and growing), worldwide, that raise awareness of childhood cancers by offering their services to fighters and survivors and putting faces to facts.

More precious than the gold that represents them, children are our future. There are twelve major types of childhood cancers. From there, they are broken down into three groups.

Leukemias (cancer of the blood)
Lymphomas (cancer of the immune system)
Solid tumors (cancer in bones, organs, or tissue)The Gold Hope Project is a group of photographers that have come together to capture the moments that these families holds so dear to their heart. Some of us have been touched by the presence of cancer, and some have not, but we have all been given a gift that we would like to share.
Who is eligible?
Any child (infant – 21 years old) diagnosed with cancer of any form. No matter the prognosis the fight is still waged and we support you, this includes those that have won their battle with cancer.

How to apply:
Visit the website and fill out the application. You will be
contacted soon to begin scheduling your fighter’s gold session.”
Please check them out on Facebook, and their blog too.


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  • Susan Kelly - Good for you! I do something like this, and it’s heartbreaking, but so very worthwhile!ReplyCancel

  • Staci - Congratulations! And how amazingly giving of you! I’ve considering applying, but I’m almost scared to be accepted… I don’t know how well I could handle the emotional stress. I lost my dad to cancer a few years ago, and it’s so much harder to even imagine a child’s battle. Maybe someday I’ll have the courage to apply.ReplyCancel

  • Dannielle - What an incredible way to be a blessing in someones life…you will be forever changed!ReplyCancel

  • Robin - Congratulations, what an amazing group to be apart of and give back to those in a difficult time in their life.ReplyCancel

  • Beth Wade - congrats!! that is so amazing!!ReplyCancel

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