Caruso Photography is happy to announce a partnership with two organizations, the organization, Hungry For A Day to help feed those in need in the community and Wellspring Living, a wonderful organization that helps women and girls deal with the issue of abuse and trafficking.
Hungry For A Day was started by David and Aaron, two college buddies who realized, after spending over ten years in the business world, that there was way more to life than 401k accounts, personal vacations and climbing the corporate ladder. Their vision was to discover an effective way to impact hurting people. From that vision, Hungry For A Day was born.
There are many groups and organizations that are fighting hunger and are worthy of your donations. An area of concern that we have discovered is that while people are aware of significant needs in their communities, they are not sure who to give to. Or, they simply have not given in a long time. What we do is simple. We highlight an organization each month that is doing awesome work and helping to meet the needs of those that go hungry. We challenge you to go hungry, add up what you would have spent on food for that day, and donate that amount to H4AD. With your donation, many more will eat in your place!
Some information about Wellspring Living:
Our mission is to confront the issue of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation through advocacy, education and treatment programs for girls and women. Our programs are a refuge for women and girls who need a chance to start over. Through therapy, education, life skills and spiritual renewal, the Wellspring programs give participants recovery tools for the body, soul and spirit.
This is great because:
- You’ll be helping those in the most need around Atlanta. Nobody should have to go to bed hungry. In addition, you can help to provide support for victims of abuse and human trafficking.
- Your donation is 100% tax deductible.
- You’ll be provided photographic memories that will last a lifetime while also giving to local organizations that help those in the community.