“The line between volunteers and subjects was blurred” – Eastbourne, UK

//“The line between volunteers and subjects was blurred” – Eastbourne, UK

“The line between volunteers and subjects was blurred” – Eastbourne, UK

“Many people were amazed that it was free, with no strings attached,” writes local Help-Portrait Event Director Nigel Wiggins, including one special moment: “A 12-year-old girl saved for two years to buy a puppy and wanted a photo with her new dog.”

Nigel notes that at their event Centro Lounge in Eastbourne, UK, the “line between volunteers and subjects was blurred.” Here he shares a few of faces of the day:

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“Sara – A bundle of energy and our youngest volunteer who baked, cleaned, decorated and kept everyone entertained.”

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“My daughters gave up their whole day to help set up, register and welcome people.”

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“Daniela – one of many international subjects who we welcomed to our event.”

– Nigel Wiggins, Event Director for Help-Portrait Eastbourne

By | 2016-12-19T07:38:44+00:00 December 23rd, 2016|Story of the Day|0 Comments

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