I am so excited to announce that Jessica M. Wood Photography is now a part of Shoots for a Cure (formerly known as Think Pink Photography). Think Pink Photography was founded in October 2007 to support individuals and their families who have been affected by breast cancer. They are a charitable organization that serves two main purposes: celebrating life and supporting the cause. Currently they support ALL cancer patients, not just breast cancer.
Heres some details from their website:
” Through our professional photographer network, we are helping cancer patients to celebrate life with charitable photography sessions. Individuals may choose to document their fight against the disease before or during treatment, or prefer to capture their victory by scheduling a session within 12 months after treatment is completed. Photographers world-wide are now available to donate time and talent to celebrate life and support the cause. There is no cost or obligation to the cancer patient. Clients participating in a Shoots for a Cure session will receive a complimentary photo session, as well as a set of 10 small prints from the session. They will also receive a discount on any additional portraits they wish to purchase, although there is absolutely no purchase required at any time.
To support the cause, we donate and fundraise for The American Cancer Society and the Susan G Komen Foundation. All funds generated through donations and various fundraising efforts are paid directly to The American Cancer Society, the Susan G Komen Foundation, in our name, or used 100% for marketing and awareness of our program.
Please subscribe to our blog (on the Shoots for a Cure website) and tell your friends and family about Shoots for a Cure. Awareness is everything and we can’t be successful without you.“
If you, or someone you know, would like to schedule a Shoots for a Cure session, please contact me for details. This is a cause close to my heart and I want to make the most of this incredible opportunity. My grandma is a breast cancer survivor and kicked it’s butt not once, not twice, but THREE TIMES. She is one of the coolest people I know and I can’t wait to meet more survivors like her, and to celebrate in their beauty and strength.
I am very proud to be a network photographer with Shoots for a Cure, and am anxious to get the word out about this amazing program. For more information, you can contact me, or you can visit the Shoots for a Cure website.