The Molly Project is named for Molly Romane, the mother of co-founder Kristin Atkinson. As in many families, Molly was the memory keeper. She took hundreds of pictures of her family but was seldom in front of the camera.
Molly lost her battle with lung cancer in 1990. Today, her daughters and grandchildren only have a few precious pictures of her to share…
The Molly Project coordinates free, on location photography sessions for women whose lives are being redefined by cancer or terminal illness. These are more than photography sessions, they are a break from treatments and doctors appointments. The goal of The Molly Project is to capture the intimate bond shared by families.
ARE YOU COMPASSIONATE AND SENSITIVE?
DO YOU HAVE PROFESSIONAL LEVEL OF PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS?
DO YOU ENJOY PHOTOGRAPHING FAMILIES IN LIFESTYLE SETTINGS?
CAN YOU FIND BEAUTY IN EVEN THE MOST CHALLENGING SITUATIONS?
If you answered “yes!” to any of these, please apply to volunteer with us!
If you or a loved one would be interested in a Molly Project session please refer them on our website. We know that you may have questions about The Molly Project so feel free to contact us by email or phone.
PLEASE CONSIDER donating to the molly project. THE MOLLY PROJECT USES DONATIONS TO SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION. OUR GOAL IS TO HAVE MOLLY PROJECT INFORMATION EVERYWHERE SO THAT WHEN SOMEONE IS DIAGNOSED OR WHEN A LOVED ONE IS DIAGNOSED, THEY WILL KNOW THAT OUR SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE TO THEM. WE ALSO USE DONATIONS TO RECRUIT AND SUPPORT OUR VOLUNTEER PHOTOGRAPHERS.