Giving Back with Summer Mini-Sessions!

For the first time, we will be offering our popular portrait mini-sessions in the summer months and this time with an added twist. This coming Saturday, June 2nd at Tarrywile Park in Danbury, there are still some time slots available and we are going to donate 30% of all proceeds from these mini-sessions to the American Cancer Society.

There are a lot of causes out there that have a special place in our heart. One of those causes is the American Cancer Society‘s Relay for Life fundraiser that is held every year literally all over the world. We all know someone close to us who has been affected by cancer in some way. The work that the American Cancer Society is doing to save lives and create more birthdays by ridding the world of cancer is nothing short of astounding.

We have often shared about our love of using our gift of photography for giving back and we couldn’t think of a better way to do it in this case. Our whole family will be participating in the Bethel Relay for Life on June 9-10 (the weekend following the mini-sessions). You get to benefit from the great lower pricing to have wonderful photos of your family taken and at the same time you are helping save the lives of people who have or will have cancer. It just doesn’t get better than this!

If you are interested in making a direct donation to either Brian or Rachel for this year’s Relay for Life, you can do so by clicking on our names right here – Brian or Rachel.

But there’s more…

We will also be offering a second mini-session date at the end of June. We will be at Boothe Memorial Park in Stratford on Saturday, June 23rd with an additional 12 time slots available. These sessions will not benefit Relay for Life, but if you cannot make the June 2nd sessions for any reason or if Stratford is closer to where you live, this will be the option for you.

Please email us (info@47moments.com) or give us a call (203-273-9508) to check availability and book your session. We look forward to hearing from you and for your help in fighting one of the most terrible diseases this planet has ever seen!