Monthly Archives: January 2012

H-P Story of the Day: Louisville, KY

“Just as we were locking the doors a mother came in with her 2 children, all dressed up for the pictures. She stopped before she left to thanks us (we were busy tearing down) for taking the time, for caring, for making a difference, and as she walked away she said this was the only […]

By |January 4th, 2012|Story of the Day|4 Comments

H-P Story of the Day: Binghamton, NY

From Miriam Diaz, Binghamton, NY:

Many of the participants who attended our event commented on the fact that they had never had a portrait taken of themselves or their family. The looks of excitement and enthusiasm was evident on many of the faces that were present. The atmosphere was electric, and everyone including the volunteers were […]

By |January 3rd, 2012|Story of the Day|1 Comment

H-P Story of the Day: Livonia, MI

“This was the first year that Paul Mitchell school volunteers came and the people that came the women loved that treat. Things went smooth all volunteers said they would come back next year. I met a pair of photographers that we are now friends on Facebook we will stay in contact through out […]

By |January 2nd, 2012|Story of the Day|0 Comments

H-P Story of the Day: Cambridge, Ontario

“The first family to arrive was a single mom and her little girl. She was so touched that we would take her picture and give it to her for free that she had a hard time holding back her tears. She thanked us over and over again. She lingered with her daughter for quite some […]

By |January 1st, 2012|Story of the Day|6 Comments