Monthly Archives: January 2011

Help-Portrait in the News

We wanted to share some of the great stories published by the media about 2010 Help-Portrait. We’re appreciative of all the coverage and get especially excited to see local coverage featuring the volunteers on the frontlines making this event happen. Did you post about 2010 H-P on your blog? Give us a link in […]

By |January 25th, 2011|Inspiration|1 Comment

You Can Be Part of the Movement

We caught up with Help-Portrait Central Florida's Alonzo DeJesus at one of their December 2010 events in Orlando. In this vlog, Alonzo shares his passion for Help-Portrait, this vision of his local chapter and why everyone should become part of this movement in 2011. He also relates a story about a young woman who received a makeover and portrait at one of their events the night before. The story embodies the heart behind Help-Portrait: giving love, value and hope to people often overlooked by society.

By |January 18th, 2011|H-P Organizers, Inspiration|0 Comments

Omaha Girl Brings Hope to Area Kids

Christine Elizabeth is a photographer in Omaha, NE, and serves as Help-Portrait's Social Media Manager. She's done a great job spreading the word about Help-Portrait, and today she shares a sweet story about friends of hers who are doing unique things to give back the community and give some special kids positive attention in her hometown in Nebraska.

By |January 11th, 2011|Inspiration|2 Comments

What’s Your Help-Portrait Story?

Help-Portrait founder Jeremy Cowart posted a video blog about his Help-Portrait 2010 experience and is inviting the rest of the H-P community to share theirs. Check out what Jeremy shared from the event he attended in Seattle, and then share yours – either in the comments on this post, or by posting a link […]

By |January 9th, 2011|Inspiration|8 Comments