here is a worthy cause one we became acquainted with while we were in Cambodia visiting Angkor Wat through the photographer Kenro Izu who actually started this project when he was shoot Angkor Wat. he said ‘it was the children’ who made him realize how lovely life can be.
Cambodia is a very poor country, i’ve seen it, yet the people have an enjoyment and smiles on their faces especially the children. who knows what makes this so as this mix of poverty and happiness is foreign to us americans. so mary and i donate prints of our work to help support this hospital. we’ve been doing this for a number of years and feel we are making a difference in the world.
please do support this auction.
Dear our friends,
Thank you all so much for contributing your piece(s) to our Bid4Friends auction: www.biddingforgood.com/FWAB.
We sent out an e-blast announcing our online auction as well as our live event. You should have all received it, but below is the announcement just in case the email went into your junk box.
In addition to this, we have a facebook , www.facebook.com/fwabny where we have “shared” the event. One of the best ways to get the word out to your friends about your photo is to share the story so that everyone can see. Please send us a friend request and start sharing!
Thank you all so much, let me know if you have any questions.
1123 Broadway, #1210, New York, NY 10010
Supporting Angkor Hospital for Children
“Healing Children. Healing Cambodia.” ℠