Prints To Defeat ALS!
Every year, my family and friends and I walk in the annual Walk To Defeat ALS that is organized by the ALS Association. This event serves two main purposes: To raise awareness of this awful disease, and to raise money to help people and families living with ALS.
I have been living with ALS for nearly 10 years now, and from the very beginning the ALS Association has been a steady source of support for both me and my family. We have been walking in the Walk To Defeat ALS since 2011, and this year will be the 7th year in a row that our team has raised over $11,000. Even though we have done really well, every dollar helps make a difference in the lives of people living with ALS.
Last year, I started a fundraising campaign where I give a print of one of my photos to anyone who donates $25 or more to my fundraising effort. This year (so far) “i have raised $5300 from nearly 40 donations. Today I started making the prints for everyone who has donated.
About the prints,
The photo was taken by me, at the Grand Canyon this past June. I used my Bronica ETRSI, with a 150mm lens, and Kodak Ektar film. The prints are 6″x8”, printed on 8.5×11 Epson Ultra Premium Presentation Matte paper.
If you haven’t donated but would like to, follow this link, Walk To Defeat ALS Colton Allen
To everyone who has donated… Thank you so much!
Here’s a look at this year’s prints