Photography: making a difference to cancer patients

Tara, by Tabitha Stevens

I’d like to share some details about the terrific F.I.L.M. Project (Family Images for Lasting Memories) which donates family portraits to cancer patients through a network of professional photographers.

Through these photo sessions, participating photographers are able to inspire healing, faith and hope in cancer families when they are at their most fragile.

This is a really fabulous initiative and I urge you to spare around ten minutes to view the following moving documentary – and to share it with others!


If you’re a professional photographer, perhaps you’re in a position to participate in this wonderful cause by volunteering your services?

Just imagine how meaningful and fulfilling it will be to contribute to families living with cancer in the very best way you know how!

The F.I.L.M. Project really is a special way to celebrate the positive power of photography, don’t you think?

thoughts? let me know what you think!

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