1. travisthemovie.com
    In April 2012, Staff Sgt. Travis Mills lost portions of both arms and legs in an IED explosion in Afghanistan. One of just five soldiers in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars to survive a quadruple-amputee injury, Travis’s fight to “never give up. never quit.” will truly challenge the way you face trials in your own life. Winner of "Best Documentary Short" at the 2014 GI Film Festival and Official Selection of the 2014 LifeTree Film Festival.

    Feature documentary produced by Fotolanthropy
    Available for purchase on travisthemovie.com, iTunes and Amazon

    Learn more about SSG Travis Mills, his foundation for veterans and his new book "Tough As They Come" at travismills.org

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  2. Fred was recovering from a double lung transplant when doctors discovered metastatic melanoma. After learning he had just months to live, and realizing the moments he likely no longer would be around for, Fred wanted to surprise two of his daughters and wife with a special gift to show them just how much he loved them.

    Photography by Fotocrew members Matt and Julie Norine

    See more of the Evans family's story at Fotolanthropy.com - http://bit.ly/afatherslove1

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  3. “Adoption and missions were for ‘those people.’ Radicals. People who always had a ‘heart for the nations.’ That wasn’t me,” remembers Wynn. But through the heartache of infertility and researching other options, Wynn and Stephen discovered God’s perfect plan for their family would take them on a radical journey that ruined them in the most glorious way forever.

    Photography by Fotolanthropy Founder Katie Norris
    Film by Fotocrew member Kirk Slawek

    See more of the Elder family's story at Fotolanthropy.com - http://bit.ly/gloriouslyruined

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  4. Becky’s third pregnancy seemed perfectly normal. But as soon as Titus was born, the list of disabilities doctors began to name to her and husband Paul seemed to grow longer by the hour. Yet in the midst of constant uncertainty, the Daily family has discovered Titus has so much to teach them about the unexpected joy found in life’s challenges.

    Photography by Fotolanthropy Founder Katie Norris
    Film by Fotocrew member Jonathon Link
    Originally Posted on Youtube: http://bit.ly/SRuTiZ

    See more of the Daily family's story at Fotolanthropy.com - http://bit.ly/unexpectedjoy

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  5. Settling into life as new parents to daughter Hazel, Clay and Monique’s life took a sudden turn when Clay started experiencing pain in his lower abdomen. Fighting for his life and unable to even hold Hazel in his arms, Clay’s courageous battle with stage 4 lymphoma would make the road ahead unclear and test his faith in an unimaginable way.

    Photography by Fotolanthropy Founder Katie Norris
    Film by Fotocrew member Jonathon Link

    See more of the Wooten family's story at Fotolanthropy.com - http://bit.ly/theroadahead1

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The mission of Fotolanthropy is to capture and share inspiring true stories of people who have overcome adversity through photography and film. Fotolanthropy seeks to be a hub of inspiration for all through the power of storytelling.…


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The mission of Fotolanthropy is to capture and share inspiring true stories of people who have overcome adversity through photography and film. Fotolanthropy seeks to be a hub of inspiration for all through the power of storytelling. With each story, Fotolanthropy gives the recipient a portrait session, a slideshow to music and the digital images, as well as a platform for them to share their story. Fotolanthropy also chooses about 5 stories to make into short documentary films each year.

Fotolanthropy is a non-profit organization and we believe that sharing inspiring true stories can empower and positively encourage others. We are honored to work with stories of people who have persevered courageously through their adversities. For it is these stories that can help each of us remain inspired in this life.

Fotolanthropy is a nation wide community of professional photographers and filmmakers who use their cameras for good by donating their time and talents to capture stories of those who inspire them. These artists are the storytellers behind every story shared on Fotolanthropy’s website. With their common interest of giving back and a servant-hearted spirit, these Fotocrew members are uniting together as an artistic community to give back to those who have overcome adversity.

Welcome to Fotolanthropy –join us as we share Real Stories of Real People with Real Inspiration.

Are you a professional photographer looking for a way to get involved? Apply to become a Fotocrew Member here: fotolanthropy.com/join-the-crew/

Do you know of someone who you believe deserves the gift of Fotolanthropy? Nominate their story here: fotolanthropy.com/nominate-a-story/

Press Inquiries or Questions? Feel free to email us at info@fotolanthropy.com

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