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  • Category Archives Springs of Hope

    Please take a minute and check out the short video clip above---it's an excerpt from this week's episode of "The Grid" which explains why we need to raise some money quick to help the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya, and how you might win "The Photoshop Guys" signed guitar for helping out. Here's the link (watch the video first, then I hope you'll want to click the link and help. If you do help, please leave me a comment so I can thank you personally).

    Hi Gang: I know many of you have generously supported the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya this year, and I wanted to give you guys a quick update on a some great news: (1) The sales of t-shirts from my Worldwide Photo Walk raised over $7,000 this year. This could not have come at a better time. I got an email from Molly Bail, who runs the orphanage, looking for help in covering transportation costs, clothing, and school supplies for the children in the orphanage, and right about that time Rob Jones (from Towner Jones Photography, who organized the sale of the shirts), let me know that not only had we raised that much, but that the first check was already on its way. Way to go Rob, and to everyone who bought a shirt (100% of the profits went to the orphanage).…

    Our buddy Rob Jones (of Towner Jones Photography), has come up with the "Killer Deal" of the year, for anyone participating in the World Wide PhotoWalk (or not). You guys know we have official Photo Walk t-Shirts (Rob's idea), and 100% of the profits from the sale of these shirts goes to the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya, but Rob's deal takes this up a BIG notch. For this weekend only (through the 27th at midnight EDT), Towner Jones Photography will contribute an additional $10 per item to the Springs of Hope Orphanage. Whether you're walking or not, this is a AWESOME way to support the Orphange, and the walk, and you'll look totally cool in the shirts. Here's the link. Order yours right now, while you're thinking about it. :-) My humble thanks to Rob for his incredibly big heart, and all…

    Ken Toney, regular commenter here on the blog, won the raffle we did for the "Photoshop Guys Signature Guitar" and he sent me the shot above of the guitar, in its display case, hanging on the wall of his office (which is pretty sweet, by the way). Click on the photo for a larger view. The raffle raised nearly $2,500 for the Springs of Hope Orphanage, and then we raised another $1,300+ from the off camera flash t-shirts (which are still available, in four stunning styles by the way), right here. Also, we raised an additional $1,000 through this blog's affiliate program with Think Tank Photo, (makers of the most awesome camera bags I've ever used) so if you're thinking of buying any Think Tank gear (over $50), use this link and: (1) You'll get a cool freebie from Think Tank (see below), and…

    You've gotta watch the short video above for all the details, but here's the quick scoop: (1) It's a raffle I'm using as a final year-end fund raiser to help feed the orphans at the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphanage (2) There's more to it than just winning a cool guitar, so you have to watch the video. (3) The raffle tickets are $25 each, and you can buy as many as you'd like to increase your chances to win. (Once you add your ticket to the cart, just click the "add another"  button as many times as you want). (4) All the money, every single penny from every raffle ticket goes directly to Springs of Hope Kenya to feed and care for these wonderful children (5) We'll choose the winner at random on Monday, January 4, 2010 so enter now (or at least…

    If you're looking for a really unique holiday gift for the photographer on your list (or you just want a really cool t-shirt that nobody else will have), AND you totally love the idea that 100% of the profits go to feeding and caring for kids in a orphanage in Kenya that you guys helped to build (see below), then man have I got a holiday gift idea for you! I came up with the idea for these off-camera flash t-shirts earlier this year, and with the gracious help of the folks over at cafepress.com, you can order yours today in different colors and styles (men's and ladies' versions) , and sweatshirt and hoodie designs, and if you don't want the t-shirt, there's even a coffee cup for the off-camera flash geek on your holiday gift list. There are four different shirt designs: Group…

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