Today we are highlighting Fotolanthropy, the non-profit behind the film of Travis: A Soldier’s Story. Fotolanthropy began in 2011, when Founder and Photographer, Katie Norris, wanted to give back using her gifts of capturing photographs of families. She also wanted to help people share their stories, with hopes that it would inspire others. Combining film, photography and philanthropy, Fotolanthropy was born.
Today, professional photographers and filmmakers nationwide provide families with a set of professional images, a slideshow set to music, an album and a robust social media platform for families to share their stories. With the incredible tool of social media, Fotolanthropy stories have been featured on FaithIt.com, Daily Mail, and National News.
In a time when bad news seems to be on every channel, Fotolanthropy seeks to be a hub of inspiration where people can come and remember that life is precious, and it is meant to be celebrated. Below are a few Fotolanthropy families who have been highlighted through this non-profit. Click the image to view the full story.
Since 2011, Fotolanthropy has documented 15 inspiring stories, ranging from autism, adoption, cancer, infertility and more, including the story of military hero, SSG Travis Mills. Across the country and around the world, Fotolanthropy has brought together a team of wonderful supporters who are more than willing to share these inspiring true stories.
Producer Katie Norris and Director Jonathon Link collaborated to bring Fotolanthropy’s first full-length feature film, Travis: A Soldier’s Story. In the year since its release, Travis the Movie became an award-winning documentary and has screened in over 30 cities nationwide.
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Donate today to allow Fotolanthropy to continue to share inspiring true stories. Fotolanthropy is a 501(c)3 non-profit. All donations are tax deductible.