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High School seniors are supposed to be having the time of their live’s right now. They should be enjoying time with their friends, enjoying their senior prom dancing the night away, their last few rally’s of the school year and more importantly walk at their HS graduation ceremony. All those experiences have been stripped from each and everyone of them due to COVID-19. I have a very good friend who told me about her project and that has inspired me to give back to our community and do a senior styled front porch project. I want to be able to give seniors their graduation, senior and even family photos during this hard time. Hang up their cap and gown or wear it, their jersey/letterman jacket or dress however you like. I want to capture the fact that now seniors are spending what should be their last days of high school quarantined to their home.

The main purpose of this is to donate part of the proceeds to the same program my friend chose, started by Patrick & Jane Johnson, who own the Colorado Dining Guide. “Feed the Frontline Heroes Program” is raising money in Douglas and El Paso Counties to purchase meals for our Health care workers. I'm asking if you could donate $25 for my session/editing time and any other donation amount above will go directly to FTFHP. For tracking purposes, all donations should be paid through PayPal Pool (link is below) and then I will forward to Colorado Dining Guide’s nonprofit. Funds will go directly to the restaurants to keep employees working.

Please complete this form if you are interested as I begin plotting out my neighborhood drives.

https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSclHO2oHfq2AmH6y…/viewform…

Details:
Set up your front porch backdrop and I will shoot the pictures. In case you were wondering, I will be at a safe distance (zoom lens to the rescue) and following all CDC social distancing recommendations.
You will receive 5 digital images to cherish forever. (Purchase of prints are available)

Don’t forget to donate to: PayPal.me/pools/c/8otWcERXye

To the Class of 2020 ~ You are not forgotten, you are in our hearts and in our prayers.

Thank you,


Lara Mark