August: My month of giving back

Today, my youngest child, Ato, turned 1. As part of the celebration of the blessing he is,  I have declared August "My Month of Giving Back". I am booking five Humanitarian Projects that are really changing lives to shoot for FREE.  One slot is already taken and there are four spaces left. Do share with your friends doing great things but can't afford good photography.


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Guys, I noticed your comments were not appearing on the blog due to changes I made. I have corrected that now so we can go on and have our conversations right here :)
t said…
Just in Ghana? A small charity in Lagos, Nigeria is: "Love On The Streets" (so-called Dustbin Children ) foundation.
Mz A said…
I posted a comment but it didn't appear. I was asking if you would be interested in photographing a lovely family or refugees. Met them when they moved into the basement of my block of flats and we've all grown fond of them. I think it would be great if you gave them one of your slots. hope you'll consider it.
Mz A said…
The Hope for the street child foundation is also a great option. The one I see coordinating it's activities is Zakiyu Iddris Tandunayir. They recently organised a street party for street children at the Mallam Atta market.
Mike said…
I have been following your blog for a couple years now and appreciate the view that you have given me of Ghana.
Just taking this time to congratulate you on a beautiful family and keep up the good work!
Anonymous said…
Challenging Heights in Winneba does an amazing job of pulling children out of slavery, giving them a home and education, and most importantly giving them hope. I hope you will consider working with them! -Anne L. G.

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