Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Harmony House in White Rock, Family Session for Silent Auction - White Rock Family Photography

Once a friend of mine Fiona told me that Harmony House was looking for individuals to get involved in it's annual fundraising event - I was immediately game! 

"Every child at Harmony House is given the individual attention to ensure that they their learning is directed by their natural interests and aptitudes. By capitalising on every child’s natural strengths, Harmony House will ensure that our children obtain the skills necessary for school readiness both socially and academically.
The uniqueness of the preschool is inspired by the uncommon opportunity for the children to be learning side by side with children with Autism in a fully integrated classroom. All of the children will have the opportunity to learn to communicate non verbally using PECS and sign language and Harmony House especially emphasises acceptance, diversity and understanding. Our intention is to prepare all of the Harmony House children to approach life and all people with those same values that the staff maintains in the classroom." - http://harmonyhousebc.ca
Today I stopped by the event location - ULounge in White Rock and had the chance to meet Bohdanna, the executive director at Harmony House and Tracey who is also involved at Harmony House and was helping organize the event. I'm really excited to offer what I can by providing a family session that individuals can bid on with all proceeds going towards Harmony House. I'm really excited to find out how it all goes and meet the winner bidders! They are people who seek change and want to help they are just my kind of clients.
A big special thanks over to the ladies at Harmony House for arranging such a great event and I'm very glad to be apart of it!


INSTAGRAM of the table display @ ULOUNGE in WHITE ROCK

So happy to know that the event ticket sales have SOLD OUT! There are a few ticket sales at the door for tonight from 6pm onward, 9pm dance floor opens @ ULounge in White Rock, BC!



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