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Flashes of Hope Captures Portraits of Courage at Rainbow

January 01, 2007  |  Posted by Amanda Todorovich

As the parent of a pediatric cancer survivor, Allison Clarke shares a special bond with many other children and their families at Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. "When my son's buddy, Mandwell, lost his battle, I remember wishing we had a photograph of him - one that captured his...

http://www.uhhospitals.org/Portals/6/docs/About_UH/Publications/Content_Winter06/Legacy_Winter_2006_

Hopeful Photos Brighten the Day for Sick Children

December 26, 2006  |  Posted by Chandler Brown

The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionPublished on: 12/26/06With a daughter undergoing treatment for a brain tumor, Carrie Pinotti didn't feel much like sending Christmas cards this year."It just wasn't something I wanted to think about," said the stay-at-home mother of 2-year-old twins Claire and Julia.But one day while Julia was undergoing a three-day...

Flashes of Hope comes to Floating Hospital for Children

December 18, 2006

Flashes of Hope Comes to Floating Hospital for Children The Floating Hospital for Children's Cancer Center was selected by Flashes of Hope to be the first site in Boston to participate in their program - an endeavor geared towards lifting the spirits of cancer patients and their families through the...

http://www.nemc.org/home/news/nemcnews/2006/061211.htm

"Flashes of Hope" on Denver's NBC affiliate

November 28, 2006  |  Posted by Kim Christiansen

KUSA - For many families this is the time of the year when they gather for a family photograph. The Christmas card photograph is tradition for many of us. It can also be a difficult task to accomplish.So many times we struggle to get schedules together and everyone smiling in...

http://www.9news.com/news/article.aspx?storyid=25169

Nearly 600 people attend Flashes of Hope fundraiser

October 10, 2006

Cleveland's corporate movers and shakers walked the runway last night at Flashes of Hope's annual fundraiser - "Swing into Style: Big Shots, Little Stars" raising more than $125,000.Flashes of Hope is a national Cleveland-based non-profit organization that creates uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer and other life threatening illnesses.Nearly 600...

Read a profile of Founder Allison Clarke on Ladies Who Launch.com

October 02, 2006  |  Posted by Ladies Who Launch

An epiphany struck Allison Clarke as she spent time in the hospital with her 18-month-old son who was fighting cancer. She wanted to create beautiful, empowering and uplifting photographs of children suffering from serious pediatric illnesses. A few weeks later, Clarke launched Flashes of Hope (www.flashesofhope.org), and now, three years...

http://www.ladieswholaunch.com/featuredlady.cfm/featureid/113

Flashes of Hope volunteer honored with national award

September 12, 2006

Flashes of Hope, non-profit organization dedicated to creating uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer, is pleased to announce the selection of Karen Carey's work in the "Best Of" issue of The American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) Bulletin. Carey captured the award winning images during Flashes of Hope photo shoots...

http://www.asmp.org/culture/bestof2006/Karen_Carey/index.php

The CBS Early Show features Flashes of Hope

June 29, 2006  |  Posted by Tracy Smith

Flashes of Hope, a national non profit founded and based in Cleveland, was featured on The CBS Early Show on Thursday June 29th. The story, produced by anchor Tracy Smith, was filmed at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital earlier this month. The story focused on the history of the organization...

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/06/29/earlyshow/contributors/tracysmith/main1764999.shtml

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