Nations Photo Lab is teaming up with photographer, educator, and philanthropist Tamara Lackey to honor photographers who use their talents to make the world a better place.
Whether they’re donating their services to families impacted by life-threatening illnesses, donating proceeds from print sales to a worthy cause, or teaching photography to underserved youth, their efforts deserve to be celebrated.
This year’s winner received a $500 print credit to Nations Photo Lab, plus a $1000 donation (on Giving Tuesday) to the charity of her choice.
Roxanne has volunteered with the American Red Cross for nearly 30 years, and has served internationally as a volunteer photographer for the Comboni Missionaries (a missionary group dedicated to serving victims of poverty, civil war, hunger, and disease), the Grossman Burn Foundation in Calabasas, CA, Hope for Kabingo, and more.
"I am nominating Roxanne because of her humanitarian heart and her skills with a camera which have shared stories from different countries and cultures, spotlighting the plight of those less fortunate."
Tim is a volunteer with "Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep" a 501c3 charity that provides the gift of professional portraiture to families who suffer an infant loss. He has provided his services to nearly 50 families over the past 3 years.
Tiffany is the founder of Restoration Convoy, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing homeless youth with free senior portraits. She travels the country in an airstream camper and provides teens with complimentary hair and makeup services, a brand new outfit, and (of course) their professional photos.
To learn more about Giving Tuesday, please click HERE.