“I see two mommies and two daddies,” 9-year-old Bayleigh told her parents in 2006. After scans revealed a brain tumor, Bayleigh would begin years of chemotherapy, radiation, and surgeries at Children’s Hospital in Alabama. Now a high-schooler, see how the winner of our inspiring teen Fotolanthropy Film contest has learned to dance in the rain.
Fotolanthropy, Altar’d State and Seniorologie are sooooo excited to announce the winner of our Teen Fotostory. All of the nominations were so inspiring and we are so grateful to have gotten to know each of these amazing teens.
All week we have been sharing such incredible stories of amazing teens. We have decided to wait until Monday to announce the winner of the Teen Fotostory on Monday. We would love to hear from all our readers by commenting below. Also we would love for you to tell us on our Facebook page Which […]
Today’s nominee’s story caught my breath when I first began reading it. Each of the stories we have featured this week have touched me in different ways and this one is no different. Please take the time to read Ashleigh’s story and send her some prayer and encouragement as she has been through something so […]
All this week we are sharing some of the incredible stories that were submitted to Fotolanthropy for the Teen Fotostory Project. In case you missed it, we are partnering with Seniorologie and Altar’d State to give an inspiring and deserving teen the gift of photography this holiday season.
Today we are excited to share with you another one of our top 5 nomination stories! We have received so many wonderful stories over the past few weeks through our Teen Fotostory project, and we are so excited to share them with you!
We have received so many wonderful stories over the past few weeks through our Teen Fotostory project, and we are so excited to share them with you! All this week we will be sharing one story a day and will share the winner of the Teen Fotostory on Friday.
The season of giving is upon us and Fotolanthropy is excited to announce that we have partnered with Seniorologie and Altar’d State to produce our next Fotolanthropy film!