I have been overwhelmed with wonderful comments on my blog this week and I look forward to all of the giving I'll be doing!! I wanted to let you know that I will be making my donations after the holiday season, when donations generally die down. Part of my giving will be to document the process of getting food from the hands who give to the hands who need in order to help raise awareness about the needs within my own community, here in Lowell, MA. I would like to challenge the other photographers who are participating to offer the same service to their local food banks. As photographers, we can play an incredibly powerful role by using our imagery to inform, educate, and incite passion for the greater good of all. So please, hop on the "can-wagon" and join us in making this incredibly difficult time a little easier for all. As the economy declines, so do donations.... (click play on the short video below to watch the Reuters report on Food Banks)
You can add years of health and happiness to someone else's life by simply taking a few minutes of your time to leave comments on the blogs of all who are involved:
Special thanks to The Feds who put together the list below of Photographers, Graphic Designers, and Planners blogs who are participating in Cans for Comments.
This is just a *small* list of links starting close to home here in MA and CT
Justin and Mary
Three Heart Photo&Design
The Roxy Studio
This Eclectic Live
Ultimate Image Weddings
If we missed you, please leave a comment below so others can follow the link to your site!
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