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"Portraits of Courage" - WTHR - NBC 13 Morning News Indianapolis

July 14, 2008  |  Posted by Angela Cain

Morning News Video Clip of Anchor Angela Cain interviewing Indianapolis Chapter Director Keith Cooley on Monday July 14, 2008

http://www.kmcooley.com/WTHR.mp4

Flashes of Hope Partners with Arnold Palmer Children's Hospital, benefiting Children with Cancer and other Life Threatening Illnesses

June 28, 2008

Photography program highlights the bravery, grace and spirit of children battling cancer and other life threatening Illnesses. Flashes of Hope is proud to announce its second chapter in the state of Florida, at Orlando's distinguished Arnold Palmer’s Hospital for children. The chapter was launched in May of this year. The...

American Family Children's Hospital in Madison announces a partnership with Flashes of Hope, benefiting Children with Cancer and other Life Threatening Illnesses

May 31, 2008

Photography program highlights the bravery, grace and spirit of children battling cancer and other life threatening Illnesses. American Family Children’s Hospital (AFCH) is proud to partner with Flashes of Hope to bring a lasting gift to their pediatric patients and families. Flashes of Hope is a national non-profit organization based...

Flashes of Hope Partners with the University of Maryland and the JDI Children's Foundation to launch the Baltimore Chapter

May 24, 2008

Photography program highlights the bravery, grace and spirit of children battling cancer and other life threatening Illnesses. Thanks to the generous support and funding from the JDI Children's Foundation, the Baltimore Chapter of Flashes of Hope launched in April of this year. Flashes of Hope brings world class photographers into...

Flashes of Hope featured on KCRG Channel 9 Iowa City

May 11, 2008  |  Posted by Mark Geary

Mark Geary reports on KCRG Channel 9: Brent and Chrisite VanWey bringing Flashes of Hope to Iowa.

http://www.kcrg.com/news/local/18846404.html

A new way to picture illness

April 29, 2008  |  Posted by Celeste Smith

Helping sick kids see themselves in a better lightSeven-year-old Madison Robinson of Concord hasn't been big on hats or wigs since losing her hair last year because of treatment for leukemia.But the flower headpiece -- and photographer Deborah Triplett's coaxing -- worked perfectly for a recent portrait. So did the...

http://www.charlotte.com/local/story/601205.html

"Flashes of Hope" for Children with Cancer on Norfolk's NBC affiliate WAVY-TV 10

April 06, 2008  |  Posted by Stephanie Harris

Several mothers of cancer patients have discovered that when the camera starts flashing some courageous kids come out of their shells. "They enjoy getting the make-up on and feel like a prince or a princess for awhile," said Melia Trost, Chapter Director of Flashes of Hope. It can be especially...

Fighter Provides Flashes of Hope- Charlotte Observer

April 04, 2008  |  Posted by Sari Monaco

Bruce dedicates time to children with cancerBev Neely Bruce of Weddington was napping with the TV on after cancer treatment in June 2006.She perked up when she heard CNN was doing a piece on Flashes of Hope, a nonprofit dedicated to "providing powerful, uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer and...

Flashes of Hope creates Portraits of Courage

April 04, 2008  |  Posted by American Family Children's Hospital

MADISON - One week, Juliette Walker was swimming in the state tournament for Madison Memorial High School. The next, she was having surgery to remove a cancerous ovary. It's been a tough year for the 16-year-old junior, who lost her hair to cancer treatment. But on this particular afternoon at...

http://www.uwhealth.org/news/flashesofhopecreatesportraitsofcourage/13109

Flashes of Hope's Minneapolis Chapter continues to make great strides at the Children's Hospital of Minneapolis/St. Paul

March 30, 2008

Photography program highlights the bravery, grace and spirit of children battling cancer and other life threatening Illnesses. The first year for Flashes of Hope in Minneapolis has been marked with great success, the chapter consistently reaches 15-20 pediatric cancer patients and their families each month. The chapter launched last August...

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