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    I think this is a wonderful idea. I have donated prints for art auctions for Mary's House and Sharing and Caring Hands, homeless organizations in Minneapolis.
    “While photographs may not lie, liars may photograph. It becomes necessary then to see to it that the camera we depend on contracts no bad habits.”

    Lewis Hine

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    I've only done a bit of voluteer work photographing historic artifacts for inventory at Murphy's Landing (MN).

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    I often photograph children's programs (plays, musicals, etc.). Usually I scan the pictures and give CD's (please no flaming it saves me all the trouble!) to the folks who put it on. They get prints of whatever they want. The last one I shot a roll of Provia on the Mamiya 645, 150mm leaf shutter, with the Sunpak 622 super, they turned out great, lots of strong colors with the costumes. I prefer B&W but for this type of thing color is definitely in order.

    Doug

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    a few years ago i donated a portrait session to a school that was having a silent auciton. i look forward to doing the same thing again ...
    if my apug gallery looks empty you might check these places

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    So inconsequential by comparison!

    So many here do so much for PEOPLE! I'm humbled.

    I donate a few matted, framed prints/year to a non-profit organization for the preservation of our local Wild & Scenic river. They usually are silent auction items for their fundraisers.

    Keep up the good work, humanitarian ape-huggers!

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    Does volunteering as a moderator on a photography forum count?
    If so lots!
    I have been doing it for more than three years now.
    It's a great opportunutity to interact with others from the community.
    Brian
    My "Personal" Photography Website...

    "Photography is an act of Life" - Maine 2006

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    Brian,
    Being a moderator is a very worthy cause however I hope this is not a non-profit, community service origanization, at least for Sean's sake!
    Prints available in the APUG GAllery
    www.gaylarsonphotography.com

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