Flashes of Hope Photography in support of Pediatric Cancer Cure

April 24, 2012  |  Posted by Marian Kraus Photography Blog

It so happened that the day I was photographing my second assignment for Flashes of Hope, across the Atlantic my “little” sister checked into the hospital to undergo her 2nd cancer related surgery the next morning in Germany. While at 46 this is her second “unrelated” bout with this non-discriminating...

Smile for a Cause

April 21, 2012

Smile for a CauseCelebrate Mother's Day!Please join us for a very special event in honor of celebrating all Mothers as Rebecca Marie Photography & Design will be taking portraits (family & individual) at Family Grounds Cafe in Chicago benefiting Flashes of Hope.Family Grounds Cafe will be partnering with Flashes of...

One man with a big heart

April 20, 2012  |  Posted by Debbie Chartoff

National Volunteer Week, April 15 - 22, ends as the Kentucky Derby Festival begins. Mayor Greg Fischer challenges the Louisville community to participate in Give A Day week in hopes to set a world record for volunteering and public service. Individuals and groups have been making a remarkable impact with...

Jean Shifrin Photography Blog - Flashes of Hope

April 16, 2012  |  Posted by Jean Shifrin

Last week I spent the day photographing children and their families for Flashes of Hope, an amazing non-profit organization that works with professional photographers who volunteer their time and talent to photograph children with cancer or other life-threatening illnesses. The families receive beautiful black and white prints that they will...

Creatives: Get involved with Flashes of Hope

April 04, 2012

Several times each year, photographers and stylists volunteer their time and talents bringing bright moments to families and children battling with cancer. The cause: Flashes of Hope, a non-profit organization dedicated to creating powerful, uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. View the Flashes of Hope site.I...

Longest kickball game: Connecticut Teams set world record

April 03, 2012

Two kickball teams, Team Sammy and Team Juliana, named after a pair of young cancer survivors, of the World Adult Kickball Association, played kickball for 54 hours in a borough park in Naugatuck whileraising money for cancer research; the game ended after 345 innings with a score of 164-117- setting...

Tax Relief: Flashes of Hope

March 30, 2012

What:3 hour select bar package for charity! When:Saturday, April 28, 2012 8-11pmWhere:Board Room - 343 West Erie Street, Chicago, IL 60654Cost: $31.50Flashes of Hope is a nonprofit organization that changes the way children with cancer and other life threatening illnesses see themselves through the gift of photography and raises money...

3rd Annual Bachelor & Bachelorette Auction for FLASHES OF HOPE

March 28, 2012

Strike a pose and flash your smile and join WGIRLS Milwaukee for the 3rd Annual Bachelor & Bachelorette Auction as we spend a night among the stars to raise money for FLASHES OF HOPE, a nonprofit organization that changes the way children with cancersee themselves through the gift of photography...


March 27, 2012  |  Posted by Kristine Noel

It is FotoFest time again! Flashes of Hope is thrilled to be partnering with our amazing volunteer photographers of the American Media Photographers Association, the Main Street Theater and FotoFest to bring you Houston Portraits of Hope. This beautiful collection of images features the work of 13 volunteer photographers and...

Record Breaking Naugatuck Kickball Game to Start Next Friday

March 23, 2012  |  Posted by Ronald DeRosa

In just one week, two teams will converge on Linden Park to hold a three-day kickball marathon, or 60 hours, with all donations going to charity. With these 80-degree temperatures in March, it seems like we can’t go a day without from hearing about another heat record being broken. But there...

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