If I can stop one heart from breaking,
I shall not live in vain;
If I can ease one life of the aching,
Or cool one pain;
Or help one fainting robin unto his nest again,
I shall not live in vain.
It is my honor to share my photography services with these incredibly amazing organizations.
If you can benefit from their services, please don’t hesitate to reach out. If you can give, please do so. Naturally, if I can help you make these connections, please reach out to me at email@example.com.
Tomorrow’s Rainbow is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting children as they grieve the loss of a parent or caregiver. Using equine assisted support at their intimate Coconut Creek, Florida ranch, Founder Abby Mosher and Program Director Marla Berger, along with volunteers of all ages, give the children and their families practical tools in a safe and nurturing environment through peer-supported groups. Dedicated to spreading these techniques where needed most, Tomorrow’s Rainbow hosts various workshops and seminars throughout the year and upon request. Their work is invaluable and a cause close to my heart; so much so, that I just HAD to join them and I am a Program Facilitator working directly with the children. They always need more volunteers, so please reach out.
The Miami Children’s Hospital VACC Camp program was the first of its kind in the nation, if not worldwide. Dr. Moises Simpser founded the camp and for the past 28 years has led a FREE week-long overnight camp for ventilation assisted children and their families. Campers and their families come from around the world to participate in this sleep-away camp that provides these children with opportunities they might not have at home – like a trip to South Beach, a day at the pool, a luau, all the fun and adventure that comes with camping, and the opportunity to socialize with similarly situated families. The camp is run entirely by teenage volunteers as well as volunteer nurses, paramedics and doctors. The compassion is palpable and the cheers of joy contagious.
Children’s Diagnostic and Treatment Center right here in Ft. Lauderdale. It is a medical facility supporting local children’s healthcare by providing extensive developmental follow-up, medical care, dental care, comprehensive case management, clinical trials, and early intervention services to over 11,000 medically fragile infants, children, adolescents and women with disabilities and chronic illnesses in Broward County. CDTC is but a sum of its parts and their parts are hands down some of the most dedicated humans I have ever seen – you can tell by their longevity with CDTC and the passion with which they serve the families and their community. Watch their website and Facebook page for the latest events – they always have something exciting in the works.