Announcing the Dream BIG Calendar to Benefit Hasbro Children's Hospital
Announcing the 2013 Dream BIG Calendar
Christine Narciso of Capture the Moment Photography just announced an exciting new community charity project to benefit the Hasbro Children’s hospital! The first annual Dream BIG Calendar will contain 12 months of beautiful, magical, inspiring children photographed by Capture the Moment Photography. The calendar theme this year is “Imagine”. Little girls will be transformed into magical fairies and boys into mystical elves. These images will portray the hope, magic and imagination of the children we live with every day...and that just might include your own children.
Applications for children to model in the first annual Dream BIG Calendar are now open. From now until July 25th, local families with children newborn to 9 years of age can apply to model for the inspirational annual calendar for charity. Limited sessions are available so don’t hesitate! All proceeds from the 2013 Dream BIG Calendar sales will be donated to the Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence.
Please visit the website (www.dreamBIGcalendar.info) to learn more about the charity and how to have your own child’s magical portrait featured in one of the months.
In order to donate 100 percent of the proceeds to the charity, the calendar project relies on sponsors to underwrite the production costs. Businesses interested in supporting the calendar should contact info@dreamBIGcalendar.info or visit the website www.dreamBIGcalendar.info for sponsorship information. Becoming a sponsor is a great way to increase visibility for your business in our community!
Capture the Moment Photography (www.CTMportraits.com) is excited to be working with such a worthy charity and inspire all of us to Dream BIG! Specializing in capturing the unique beauty and personality of children through traditional, themed and magical portraiture, Capture the Moment Photography holds a special place in their hearts for children and organizations that focus on keeping smiles on their precious little faces. For more information call 401.305.3660.