APA Atlanta Helps Brighten the Holidays for Patients at the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Tue 22nd Dec, 2020

Posted by APA Atlanta Director

APA Atlanta has traditionally hosted an annual holiday family portrait shoot for families of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, providing a professional photo shoot and photographs for patients and their families.

The photo shoot at PBTF has become a tradition we look forward to, but the Covid-19 pandemic has unfortunately made it impossible to safely host the event this year. We spent some time thinking about how to safely provide photos to the families at the PBTF this season, eventually deciding to connect with Fujifilm. We asked asked if Fujifilm would be willing to provide Instax cameras to the families at PBTF, so that they could take some of their own photos. Sure enough, our friends at Fujifilm North America generously donated 40 Instax cameras and plenty of extra packs of film. While this doesn’t provide the glitz and glamour of a professional photo shoot, these cameras will help create a collection of one-of-a-kind photographs that will be cherished for years to come.

Chairman Mark Hill, Director Dean Turpin, Board Members Callie Householder and Darcie Adler, and member Deb Carr gathered to (safely) pack the camera and film for delivery to the PBTF.

We hope that this time next year we can again provide a photoshoot for the patients and families of the PBTF. Until then, everyone here at APA Atlanta has been thrilled to see some photos of the families opening their Instax cameras, and photos taken with their cameras. Check some of them out below and on our Instagram.

If you’d like to help the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, you can donate here.

1 - Chairman Mark Hill, Director Dean Turpin, Board Members Callie Householder and Darcie Adler, and member Deb Carr gathered to (safely) pack the camera and film for delivery to the PBTF. 

2 - Camera and film, packed and ready to be sealed.

3 - Valentina (with he brother Mauricio) was diagnosed in 2018 with a glioma and is currently stable. 

4 - Bennett, diagnosed in 2018 with a low-grade thalamic glioma and is currently stable.

5 & 6 - Chelsea, a survivor, will be starting college next year.

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