Children with cancer are smiling today at a Flashes of Hope shoots. Our dedicated volunteer chapter directors coordinate photo shoots within the nation's top hospitals and at special events for children with cancer. Whether photographing one child isolated in a bone marrow unit or a hundred kids having fun at summer camp, it's an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.

Karen Post

Karen Post

I work as Senior Counsel at the law firm of Trister, Ross, Schadler & Gold, PLLC. I specialize in copyright and trademark law and most of my clients are non-profit organizations, small businesses and individuals. I am married and have three children. My afternoons are often spent driving one my kids to a sports practice or play rehearsal or some other sort of activity. I am also an active volunteer at my children's schools. I am a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia Law School.

Hands on head

The children often request to be photographed with special friends – in this case a stuffed bunny. Children are also photographed with parents, siblings, hospital staff and even fellow patients. This sweet image was captured at All Children's Hospital in Tampa, Florida.

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