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{Celebrating 10 Years by Giving Back!} Wedding Photography for a Cause

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10 years ago, in 2005, I had my very first job as a photographer photographing my high school’s musical where I sold prints at the performances. I was only 16 years old.

In the past 10 years I have been on quite a journey trying out all different kinds of photography to find my place in the incredibly large and diverse field that is photography. Such is the life of an artists my work will never stop developing and changing and while in another 10 years there is no telling where I will be, I could not be happier to be where I am today!

I am starting my 10th year as a publish and now AWARD WINNING Wedding and Lifestyle photographer who has the unbelievable honor of capturing and preserving life’s most precious moments.

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None of my success would be possible without my amazing clients and the community around me that has helped me get here and for that reason I and celebrating my success by giving back to the community!

Every wedding booked during 2015 will help one of 4 local area organizations!

Contact me today to book your consultation that will allow you to have part of your wedding budget go towards a good cause!

Couples will have the option to choose from one of the following causes…

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“At Austin Children’s Services we believe that every child and young adult in our community deserves to feel safe and to receive nurturing care in order to grow into happy, responsible and fulfilled adults. Our goal is to end child abuse and neglect; to create a community and a world that has no need of a shelter for abused or neglected children.”

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We work with food donors across the country, financial supporters and volunteers to fill unmet needs in Central Texas. This commitment from private, government and charitable partners has allowed us to bring 26 million meals to our community each year and into the hands of families and local nonprofits that turn to us for help. There are three key ways we do this.

  1. We share free food and our knowledge on low-cost, healthy eating with families in need. Learn how we stock their shelves, provide healthy meals and educate.

  2. We make it easy for families to participate in federal assistance programs. Learn how we connect families to life-enhancing resources.

  3. And finally, we make food affordable for charitable and government partners. The quality food and food resources we provide means that they can spend their limited resources to enhance their programs. Learn how we strengthen community services.

We are a registered 501(c)(3), which means that we are not a religious, political or advocacy organization.

We believe there’s strength in numbers and in working together. We are members of Feeding America and Feeding Texas (formerly the Texas Food Bank Network). Our service territory includes: Bastrop, Bell, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Coryell, Falls, Fayette, Freestone, Gillespie, Hays, Lampassas, Lee, Limestone, Llano, McLennan, Milam, Mills, San Saba, Travis and Williamson counties. Nearly 300 Partner Agencies have joined us to serve families in 21 Central Texas counties at soup kitchens, food pantries, after-school programs, snack programs and other service sites.

A leader in the fight against hunger for more than 30 years, our mission is to nourish hungry people and lead the community in ending hunger.

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Vision

A community free of rape, sexual abuse and domestic violence.

Mission

SafePlace is ending sexual and domestic violence through safety, healing, prevention and social change.

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Provides Safety for individuals and families affected by sexual and domestic violence.

Helps victims in their Healing so they can move beyond being defined by the crimes committed against them, and become Survivors.

Promotes safe and healthy relationships for the Prevention of sexual and domestic violence.

Works with others to create Change in attitudes, behaviors and policies that perpetuate the acceptance of, and impact our understanding and responses to, sexual and domestic violence.

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The Save Our Springs Alliance works to protect the Edwards Aquifer, its springs and contributing streams, and the natural and cultural heritage of the Hill Country region and its watersheds, with special emphasis on Barton Springs.

Organized in 1992 as the Save Our Springs Coalition, we wrote and petitioned for the Save Our Springs Ordinance to protect the quality of water coming off of development in the fragile Barton Springs watershed. With the voter approval of the SOS Ordinance, developers went on the attack at the court house and the Texas Capitol. We incorporated as the Save Our Springs Legal Defense Fund in 1993 to defend developers’ attacks on the SOS Ordinance. Expanding our scope to include building awareness and alliances throughout the Austin area, we became the Save Our Springs Alliance in 1997. We routinely work with local conservation groups to advocate for the protection of Barton Springs and the Edwards Aquifer.

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