Pawsitivity Fundraising Sessions
I've started an ongoing project that I've been wanting to put into action for years. Why didn't I do it sooner? Looking back, I think it was the scary details. Aside from photographing dogs, everything about this project would have been brand new to me.
I have been hard at work for several months now planning all the details (the fun creative ones and the not so fun business ones) and Pawsitivity fundraising sessions are now a reality!
These sessions will happen once or twice a year and the goal is to raise money for charities. They'll each have a theme and the sessions will be short and sweet. They'll be a little different from my normal sessions as we'll be photographing inside and the images will have a minimalistic feel.
The first of the Pawsitivity sessions is called World At Your Feet and will take place in March. I'm so excited about this session! The images will focus on your dog and a bit of your own personality, too... your shoes! We'll be raising money to buy new shoes for the kids of Children's Inn and those supported by Mission Haiti.
If you'd like to know more about the fundraiser sessions you'll find all the details here!
I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Spring is right around the corner! ;O)
This post is part of the 52 weeks blog circle so take a look at what other's have to say about "details" starting with Jackie Petersen Pet Photography, serving pet lovers in Northern Utah.
2/28/2020 06:20:19 am
Wow, what a great idea and how generous of you. I can't wait to see more images from this series!
3/1/2020 11:17:55 pm
Thanks, Tracy. This is turning out to be way more fun than I even thought. ;)
2/28/2020 12:43:41 pm
Such a wonderful idea. I love the concept! I'm planning a series of fundraisers for this year, too. I hope this goes well for you.
3/1/2020 11:18:46 pm
Thanks, Angela. I hope you have as much fun as I am having with this!
2/28/2020 09:25:56 pm
What a wonderful project! I hope you will share photos down the road.
3/1/2020 11:19:38 pm
I'm sure there will be a post, Elaine. ;O) I'm very pleased with how things are going.
3/1/2020 08:34:26 pm
What a great way to help out! Love the session style ... very clean and still shows personality! I can't wait to see more!
3/1/2020 11:20:42 pm
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I can't really get them to say "cheese," but I can almost always make them smile. -Kelly