December 22, 2008 | Posted by Bob Meadows
Smile! Having a portrait taken gives joy - and a priceless souvenir - to sick kids fighting for their livesBy Bob MeadowsThe toy toucan doesn't do the trick, nor the wagon and the two lollipops. The Cheetos work, though, and Christopher Cummings' tears fade as the photographer starts snapping...
December 15, 2008 | Posted by Robert King
December 04, 2008 | Posted by Beth Galvin
ATLANTA (MyFOX Atlanta) -- A lot of families are rushing to take their holiday photos. But for one group of Georgia children, sitting in front of the camera has deeper meaning. This week they took a break from treatment at the AFLAC Cancer Center for a special photo shoot sponsored...
September 28, 2008 | Posted by Joyce Garabaciak
See video link of Reporter Joyce Garabaciak's Feature on WISN-TV 12 News - Milwaukee
September 23, 2008 | Posted by Caitlin O'Toole
Every year, 12,000 children in the US are diagnosed with cancer. In 2001, Allison Clarke's 18-month-old son, Quinn, was one of them. His struggle - and ultimate survival - prompted Clarke to start Flashes of Hope, a nonprofit organization that creates free, professional portraits of children with cancer or other...
August 31, 2008 | Posted by Sandra Kallio
Portraits Of CourageThe Flashes Of Hope Program Links Volunteer Photographers With Families Dealing With An IllnessWisconsin State Journal :: LIFESTYLE :: G1Sunday, August 31, 2008Sandra Kallio'Big smile, Riley. Excellent!'Greg Anderson coaxed smiles out of Riley Adkins, 7, about the most activity she seemed able to manage during a Flashes of...
July 18, 2008 | Posted by Steve Mellon
July 18, 2008 -- Video Coverage of Photo Shoot at Pittsburgh Children's Hospital -- "Young cancer patients and their families get their spirits uplifted and a professional portrait in the "Flashes of Hope" photography program at Pittsburgh's Children's Hospital"
July 18, 2008 | Posted by Diana Nelson Jones
Two-year-old Connor Vickers sat on the stool like a life-size doll, his legs dangling, his head cocked in a grin that melted onlookers in the hallway. On his head, a little hat, a cross between a do-rag and a toboggan cap, read "Cancer fears ME."He sits every week for a...
July 18, 2008 | Posted by Allison Heinrichs
Thursday morning, Jason and Sherry Moore brought their toddler to Children's Hospital's oncology unit. They know their way around the department -- sometimes they have to bring in 2-year-old Gavin four times a week for chemotherapy to treat the leukemia he was diagnosed with in February. But yesterday, they were...
July 16, 2008 | Posted by Angela Ganote
Video Clip of Fox 59 Morning News Program -- Anchor Angela Ganote interviews Indianapolis Chapter Director Keith Cooley on July 16, 2008.
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