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Giving Back

I'm willing to trade time for charitable causes. I love supporting organizations that help animals, fill bellies, build community, help communities build gardens, educate on sustainable living, build or find homes for those who have none or are living in a less than livable space, create jobs for the homeless and unemployed, and encourages corporate society to volunteer and give back to their local communities!

​Harper Drolet 

Hugs and Horses for Harper

Eleven year old Harper Drolet was diagnosed with Alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma in October of 2009 & passed away on September 30, 2011.​

Kevin Adcock painted this wooden rocking horse in memory of Harper. Harper drew and sold horse pictures to support a self-proclaimed business called "many ways for neighs". The money she raised was given to  a local equine nonprofit that boards malnourished and cancer survived horses.​


​Kevin asked me to photograph the horse before he donated it to the family.​

Fields to Families


I was able to produce this piece for Fields to Families. 


Good, healthy food is a basic human right that each and every person, regardless of income level, deserves access to.

You do not have to be homeless to be hungry. Hunger is a complex and many-faceted tragedy that holds a large part of the world’s family in bondage. 

Fields to Families is a nonprofit, completely volunteer based organization that works to fight hunger in the local community. They have coordinated with local farms, farmers markets, and individual gardeners to rescue fresh produce, fruits and vegetables that would otherwise be wasted. This is why Fields to Families is such an important organization in the Lowcountry community. It bridges the gap between the availability of healthy food and the needy.

Biblical Family Center

I was recruited to help guide this group as they were organizing their first event, the Pink & Blue Gala. They would be having a silent and live auction, both of which I have experience in running. I was so glad to join this group and look forward to working more with them in the future. They have a great philosophy: tend to the community holistically--mind, body and soul through all stages of life. 

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