Celebrating Life. Supporting People In Grief.

Love Not Lost is a non-profit organization who photographs people facing a terminal diagnosis.  Through free portrait sessions and beautiful photo albums, we celebrate life & support people in grief.


Death Stings. Photos Can Help.


If you have a terminal diagnosis and are interested in a free portrait session and photo book, please apply today. We can't guarantee that we will be able to photograph everyone who applies, but we will do our best. We look forward to hearing from you.

You're not alone. We're in this together.

Join Love Not Lost On This Journey...

We can't do this alone! We invite you to join us in helping serve as many people as possible. Whether you want to volunteer your time and talent or help spread awareness, we need your help! Please join us in the ways you're able - we're excited to have you on our team! 


  • Let your friends know about Love Not Lost and share our story on social media today 
  • Help us spread the word about upcoming events, recent news, and exciting updates.
  • Help us make connections! 


  • Your gift can bring hope and change the life of someone struggling with a terminal diagnosis today.
  • A portrait session costs approx. $850 including the hand-crafted photo album... Any 1-time gift can help!
  • Join our monthly supporters!


  • Do you know about grants that Love Not Lost would qualify for? 
  • Would your company be interested in sponsoring us? 
  • Would you like to volunteer for an event or as a photographer? 
  • There are many ways to get involved!

Preserving Memories, Spreading Love

For those facing a terminal diagnosis, a free portrait session preserves memories and captures the love that surrounds them. These moments will be showcased in a beautiful photo book given as a gift that can be enjoyed the moment it's opened until long after they are gone. It's through these sessions & books, as well as local events and our online community, where we establish meaningful relationships providing comfort and hope through the grief and healing process.