Month: November 2010

Fotos for Foodbank 2010

This year’s Fotos for Foodbank Fundraiser was a lot different than last year’s. New location, new backdrop and a bunch of new faces, but as always, all the funds raised during the event went to the Tumbler Ridge Food Bank.

Here’s some of my favourite shots from the two days we were taking photos. This isn’t a sampling of all of them (we’re still waiting for some people to see their photos), but it is a good sampling.

If you were one of those people who got photos done and are still thinking about getting photos for Christmas, you had better hurry. After December 4, we can’t promise that the photos will make in back here in time.



Photos For Food Fundraiser Tumbler Ridge

Photo by David Falcon

While it might not look like it yet, Christmas is fast approaching. And one of the staples of the Christmas season, alongside trees and presents and lights and sleighbells in the snow is charity.
Christmas is a time where we stop and recognize the less fortunate people in our community, in our country, and across the world. More importantly, it’s a time when we do something about it: Operation Christmas Child. The Christmas Seal Campaign. And of course, the Christmas Food Drive here in Tumbler Ridge headed by the Family Assistance Program.

Last year we started our first Photos for Food Fundraiser to support this amazing cause. This year on November 12-14, Eye For Detail Photography will be repeating this event, and you can help: all you have to do is say cheese. For a minimum $30 cash donation, plus a non-perishable food donation, you can help support the Tumbler Ridge Family Assistance Program. As a thank you, Eye For Detail will provide you with a complimentary mini photo session, plus a free 8X10 print. Call 250-219-8215 or email (If you read the article in the paper recently, please note that the size of the free print was incorrect! It will be an 8X10.)