Join Susan in support of Celebrating the Heart of Soulumination
Celebrating the Heart of Soulumination
I want to invite my family and friends to join me in participating in the “Celebrating the Heart of Soulumination” fundraising campaign for an organization that I feel very strongly about, Soulumination. Many of you might be aware that this wonderful organization celebrates the lives of children and parents facing life-threatening conditions by providing beautiful, professional, life-affirming photographs to the families of critically ill children and adults with children under the age of 18.
I am compelled to support Soulumination in celebration of the 60th birthday of its founder Lynette Johnson, who last year faced her own battle with Lymphoma. My participation with Soul started in 2007 when I became a volunteer photographer. This last year I have had the privilege to be the Program Director for Soulumination. I hear daily just how meaningful the pictures we take are to our families. The work is heartbreaking but at the same time beyond meaningful. Lynette IS the heart of Soulumination. Her dedication to Soul is hands on. She continues to photograph families and always comes back saying just how special each child/adult is. This is after hundreds of Soul shoots. Putting our families first is always her first priority. She is an inspiration and leads by doing. Giving and more giving. I believe with all my heart just how important this work is and how important it is to continue to provide these very special individuals and families with life-affirming photographs.
Please join me in supporting Soulumination’s efforts and honoring Lynette as she celebrates this milestone birthday.
Soulumination celebrates the lives of children and parents facing life-threatening conditions by providing professional photographs of these special individuals and their families, free of charge. The life-affirming photographs of Soulumination are an enduring, positive record of the child’s life, and provide a loving legacy for the children of parents lost to terminal illness.