Flashes of Hope captures faces of sick children - Las Vegas Review Journal
November 25, 2007 | Posted by John Przybys
Nonprofit group takes uplifting portraits to make youngsters more comfortable with their changing appearance To most of us, it looks like a regular, albeit professionally done, portrait.But, to a child who has cancer, it could recall a welcome break in a treatment regimen. And, for the child's parents, it could...
Flashes of Hope Photographs 100th Child at Riley Children's Hospital in Indianapolis
November 17, 2007 | Posted by Deanna Dewberry
November 17, 2008: News Coverage of WISH-TV Channel 8 in Indianapolis - Flashes of Hope celebrates at a photoshoot capturing the 100th child at Riley Children's Hospital.
Baltimore Chapter Director Recognized
October 22, 2007
Leslie Landsman, Flashes of Hope director of the Baltimore region, was recently named Employee of the Year by the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Leslie's volunteer contribution to Flashes of Hope was largely instrumental in the Aquarium's decision. The award is based on three criteria: service to the Aquarium, to its...
Portraits of Optimism - Ill children relish free photo sessions held by nonprofit at UM Medical Center
September 27, 2007 | Posted by Nick Madigan
Portraits of optimismIll children relish free photo sessions held by nonprofit at UM Medical CenterProdded by a photographer, little Ty'Niajah Devonshire hammed it up, placing her hands on her hips and strutting her 10-year-old stuff. She had everyone in the room laughing.Just out of camera range was an intravenous pole...
Local girl helps magazine 'change the face of cancer'
September 24, 2007 | Posted by Lisa Finneran
Local girl helps magazine 'change the face of cancer'Amaya Rose Sims is featured in Parade magazine's Changing the Face of Cancer project.It's been a busy time for Amaya Rose Sims.In January 2006, the Peninsula girl was diagnosed with low-grade astrocytoma, an inoperable cancer tumor.In the months since, she's been through...
Children with life-threatening illnesses are subjects of photo shoot
September 21, 2007 | Posted by Kumari Kelly
Children with life-threatening illnesses are subjects of photo shootKumari KellySentinel Staff WriterSeptember 21, 2007Before Thursday, Jessica Matteson had only department-store portraits and school pictures of herself -- nothing at all like those from professional photographers Riku and his wife, Anna.Riku seemed more like a Hollywood paparazzo, with his one-word name...
Carolina Week reports on "Flashes of Hope" at North Carolina Children's Hospital
September 17, 2007 | Posted by Mark Olexik
Mark Olexik reports on Flashes of Hope, two photographers who take free professional pictures of children who survive life threatening illnesses.
Offering the ill a new flash of hope
September 13, 2007 | Posted by Cassie Safrit
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- For terminally ill children, their hospital stay can be seen as a time of weakness and pain, but a program called Flashes of Hope is showing them in a new light.Colby Byrd, 6, was surrounded by support as a photographer takes his picture. He's been battling...
Parade.com Features Flashes of Hope for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
August 30, 2007 | Posted by Caitlin O'Toole
Changing the Face of CancerVolunteers create stunning photography to show children just how beautiful they really areBy Caitlin O'ToolePublished: August 30, 2007 Jordyn, 4, poses for a "Flashes ofHope" photo. It’s a rainy day in New York City, and a remarkable photo shoot is underway at the Pediatric Hematology and...
Flashes of Hope featured on Fox8's That's Life with Robin Swoboda
August 22, 2007
Flashes of Hope is a nonprofit organization that creates uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. The photographs, taken by award winning photographers, help children feel better about their changing appearances by CELEBRATING it! For more information call 440-773-6427.
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