Will You Give To Help Us Serve? 

When facing a terminal diagnosis, photography is often the last thing people think about, but the first thing they turn to when a loved one passes away. We want to make sure they have beautiful recent memories to bring them comfort and fill them with love.

People facing a terminal diagnosis don't have time to search for a photographer they can trust (someone who can come into vulnerable moments with understanding and love to capture it well). Even if that photographer is found, it may be impossible to afford them... This is where together, we can help. 

With the financial support of generous people like you, we provide free portrait sessions and give hand-crafted photo books and beautiful artwork to those facing a terminal diagnosis. We have waiting applicants who are ready to have their memories preserved and need your donation to make it happen!

Will you give today to help us serve people facing a terminal diagnosis?

 

Think about the devastation loss brings... It's heavy. Most people don't know how to handle it and choose to run and hide. But this is our chance to show up. We want to invite you to join us in celebrating life, spreading love, and supporting people in grief - a time when they need it most. Joining us as monthly giver makes an incredible impact on our organization, but one time gifts are also greatly needed. 

Every person who signs up as a monthly donor will be receiving a water bottle as a gift. When you give monthly, you give life to our organization and are critical to our sustainability. That's why we call you our foundation builders.

Thank you for caring. Thank you for helping us show up to love people better. Thank you for supporting people in grief. Your gifts make a difference. 

 

If you would prefer to mail a check instead of an online donation, please send it to Love Not Lost at

1551 Dunwoody Village Parkway, #888722
Dunwoody, GA 30338

 

Love Not Lost is recognized as tax exempt under section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501(c)(3).