How booking your photo session helps pets in need
When you book a session for your furry family, you’re not only getting a collection of beautiful images to keep forever, you’re also supporting dogs and cats waiting patiently for loving families of their own + helps great local non-profit organizations here in our own backyard.
How? Easy! It helps in 3 ways.
Firstly, each booking supports my business and increases my ability to donate more time to rescue organizations here on the North Island and providing professional photography of adoptable pets to share online to help them find the best homes possible in the shortest possible time.
I am proud to be a full-Service Professional Member of HeARTspeak, a fantastic worldwide organization dedicated to uniting artists with shelters and animal relief organizations.
You can find out more about them via this excellent feature article on the Consumers Advocate website.
Featured Charity Program
Second, lending a helping paw is quite simply ingrained in my DNA, I love lending one wherever I can. To help get the word out about all of our amazing local (animal) nonprofit organizations, each quarter I showcase an amazing local non-profit group on my blog + social media and let people know more about them and how they can lend a helping paw; we do a fundraising photo session event for them and 10% of all my profits each quarter are also donated to them as well through my Featured Charity Program. If you’re a local animal non-profit group who would like to be a participant, please be sure to give me a bark!
Now accepting applications for 2021
Last but not least, who doesn’t love a great silent auction event or gala? It’s a great way to learn about a great local non-profit group, lend a helping paw and connect with great local businesses who love to give back to their communities. If you’re a local animal nonprofit group that needs Silent Auction donations for your silent auction event, please be sure to give me a bark! I’d love to help if I can. While I cannot guarantee a donation to every single request, I do try my very best to do so as often as I am able to do so.