Local businesses join together to generate money for Faith Hope and Charity, on Saturday, November 4th.
Jen Thomsen, owner of Photography by Jen www.photos-by-jen.com is joining forces with Brown Shoe Fit Co. to host an event celebrating families this holiday season, Making Spirits Bright. Proceeds will benefit Faith Hope and Charity.
To celebrate area families, Photography by Jen is offering mini-sessions for families on November 4, 2017. The photographer’s creation fee will be donated to Faith Hope and Charity to benefit special needs children and families this Christmas.
The team at Photography by Jen will work with each child or family to create an artistic portrait with furniture and décor from Celia’s Antiques in Storm Lake.
Photography by Jen is known for their creativity, and these limited edition portraits will result in images of area families that are creative, fresh and full of holiday spirit.
“Most of us have holiday decorations that we pull out every year that get us in the holiday spirit and I want to create artwork of your family and kids that could become part of your treasured holiday décor. I envision these portraits I create as being something that is brought out each year at Christmas time and displayed as your children grow”, said Thomsen.
The “Making Spirits Bright” event is happening at Brown Shoe Fit Co. in Storm Lake, on November 4, 2017. Only 15 sessions are available, by appointment only. Please call 712-390-0338 to inquire about availability.
“Over the years, I have donated to many local charities in my personal life and I am excited to now use my business to give back to the community that supports me! Together with Brown Shoe Fit, our goal is to raise $1000 to help the children and families, served by Faith Hope and Charity, have a fantastic Christmas” said Thomsen.
The Executive Director of Faith Hope and Charity, Cindy Wiemold said “Every child deserves a Christmas and we are so appreciative of [Photography by Jen] for creating this opportunity to help our special needs kids have a great Christmas.”