In 2009 I founded the non-profit service "Photographers for charity", growing to a group of photographers from 11 countries offering free photography services to charities, non-profits, and people with terminal illnesses.
We also wanted to help individuals create a timeless moment to leave behind for their loved ones.
The underlying ethos: Not everyone has a wallet full of cash, but many want to give where they can. I wanted to show that giving your time and skills can also make an impact.
In 2014, I had to move away from my home and day-job to care for a terminally ill family member. As "PfC" did not accept donations, relying on my personal income, I could not afford to keep it running.
I still help where I can, so get in touch if you're in need!
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