Riley Hospital for CHildren welcomes the first Indiana Chapter for Flashes of Hope

April 28, 2007

Photography program for children with cancer was sponsored by a generous Indiana familyThe generosity of a special family brings the gift of Flashes of Hope to countless children undergoing treatment for cancer and other illnesses in Indianapolis at Riley Children’s Hospital. The new chapter has photographed close to...

University of South Florida photographer involves the community in a program to change the way children with cancer see themselves

April 13, 2007

Families participate in free monthly shoots at All Children's HospitalJoseph Gamble, a widely recognized photographer and instructor in Tampa Bay, was named the Flashes of Hope Chapter Director in April 2007. Flashes of Hope is a national non-profit organization based in Cleveland, OH that utilizes volunteer, award-winning photographers and stylists...

Arizona ASMP to Partner With "Flashes of Hope"

April 10, 2007  |  Posted by Steve Dreiseszun

"AZ/ASMP" to Partner With "Flashes of Hope"by Steve DreiseszunThe Phoenix, Arizona Chapter of ASMP recently agreed to partner with the newest chapter of "Flashes of Hope" which is a national non-profit organization that works with commercial photographers to provide free portraits to children battling cancer and other life threatening illnesses.The...

"Photo Shoot Program puts spotlight on cancer patients" on Norfolk's ABC affiliate

April 06, 2007  |  Posted by Kathryn Barrett

Photo shoot program puts spotlight on cancer patientsInstead of models posing for pictures, cancer patients and their families got to have the spotlight in a photo shoot called "Flashes of Hope".Ě They had their makeup done by Wadsworth Style, the region's best commercial photographers, all in a conference room at...

Flashes of Hope Launches Las Vegas, NV Chapter with NVCCF

March 01, 2007

Flashes of Hope was founded in August of 2001 by two parents of an 18 month old who was diagnosed with cancer. Their goal was to create uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. NCCF applied for a chapter in late summer of 2006 and it was...

Top national photographers bring talents to pediatric cancer patients at NYU Medical Center

February 17, 2007

Photography program highlights the bravery, grace and spirit of children battling cancer and other life threatening Illnesses.The first New York Chapter for Flashes of Hope is off to an extraordinary start, due much in part to the world renowned photographers that have signed on to tackle the monthly photo shoots...

"Flashes of Hope" on NBC Boston affiliate WHDH

January 22, 2007  |  Posted by Frances Rivera

When kids are young, their parents usually take plenty of pictures. But, there are some life events, though to change that. In today's healthcast, a program that gives portraits to families during difficult times.13-year-old Allison Hawkes is all smiles today. "She's a natural," photographer Kathy Tarantola said. "Excellent. I love...

Flashes of Hope Captures Portraits of Courage at Rainbow

January 01, 2007  |  Posted by Amanda Todorovich

As the parent of a pediatric cancer survivor, Allison Clarke shares a special bond with many other children and their families at Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. "When my son's buddy, Mandwell, lost his battle, I remember wishing we had a photograph of him - one that captured his...

Hopeful Photos Brighten the Day for Sick Children

December 26, 2006  |  Posted by Chandler Brown

The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionPublished on: 12/26/06With a daughter undergoing treatment for a brain tumor, Carrie Pinotti didn't feel much like sending Christmas cards this year."It just wasn't something I wanted to think about," said the stay-at-home mother of 2-year-old twins Claire and Julia.But one day while Julia was undergoing a three-day...

Flashes of Hope comes to Floating Hospital for Children

December 18, 2006

Flashes of Hope Comes to Floating Hospital for Children The Floating Hospital for Children's Cancer Center was selected by Flashes of Hope to be the first site in Boston to participate in their program - an endeavor geared towards lifting the spirits of cancer patients and their families through the...

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