Fotolanthropy Fathers

We love the opportunity we have to give back to the non-profit film and photography organization, Fotolanthropy. It's a true privilege to be a part of their movement and witness the beautiful inspiring true stories they share.

In honor of Father's Day, here are three of Fotolanthropy's featured fathers who have shown true wisdom, love and bravery in the face of adversity:

1. John Paine

The Luckiest Man tells the story of John Paine, who when faced with the life-changing diagnosis of ALS, decided to take stock in the relationships that were most important to him and continue to live his life as best he could with the time he has been given.

2. Fred Evans

A Father's Love tells the story of Fred Evans who after learning he only had months left to live, desired to surprise two of his daughters and wife with a special gift to show them just how much he loved them.

 3. Travis Mills

Travis: A Soldier's Story tells the story of Travis Mills, who after losing portions of his arms and legs during his tour in Afghanistan, chose to rise above his circumstances and walk bravely into his new future.

Inspired? Here are three easy ways you can join the movement and/or help support these inspiring stories (and others like them).

1. Follow @fotolanthropy on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter and share their stories!
2. Purchase your own copy of Travis: A Soldier's Story or The Luckiest Man on DVD or Blu-ray
3. Buy a Fotostrap (10% of all proceeds to go Fotolanthropy)

Now go hug the fathers in your life extra tight and join Fotolanthropy's movement of telling inspiring true stories!!


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