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Volunteer Work

2016 to Present

Flashes of Hope

I volunteer with Flashes of Hope because I want families to have

pictures of their children. No matter the circumstances.

I truly enjoy going in to the rooms of the kids in treatment,

getting to hang out with them for just a brief moment.

Asking them to be their truest self.

It brings a fun surprise to their day, and leaves a lasting impression on me.

Their Mission: Flashes of Hope raises funds to accelerate a cure for children's cancer while honoring the unique life and memories of every child fighting cancer.

Founded in 2001 by the parents of a child with cancer, Flashes of Hope brightens the lives of children with cancer through a national photography program and by investing in pediatric cancer research.

Flashes of Hope has partnered with over 80 pediatric hospitals and dozens of summer camps for children with cancer; presenting free photo packages to over 87,052 children at hospitals and camps across the United States.

Realizing that for some families the portraits were the last ones they had of their child, Flashes of Hope began funding research to provide improved health outcomes for pediatric cancer patients. Since 2009, we have raised over $10 million for research.



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