AGoldPhoto Pet Photography is creating Pit Bull Picture Project
3

patrons

$14
per month
I am a Pet Photographer on a mission! I started taking pet adoption photos back in April, 2016. I volunteered on the weekends at Humane Society Tampa Bay helping their adoptable animals get a better photo to increase their chances at adoption. A few months in, they asked if I would host a Pet Photo Shoot Fundraiser to raise money for the shelter. 

Pet owners bring their pets in for a photo shoot with a portion of the proceeds going to various animal shelters, charities and rescues. We have hosted over 150 events and have donated over $65,000 since July, 2016. 

Hosting Pet Photo Shoot Fundraisers have allowed me to quit my corporate job and since May, 2017, I have been a full-time pet photographer. 

I have relied on the income from those events to afford life's basic needs, but I want to spend more time taking photos of shelter animals to increase their chances adoption, but I need some help. 

A small monthly gift will help me be able to spend more time volunteering at shelters. A portion of it will also go towards boosting the posts on Facebook to reach more people. 

We recently volunteered at Suncoast Animal League and took photos of Hunter the Rhodesian Ridgeback. He had been at the shelter for 3 weeks. We took his photos on a Monday and when the shelter opened again on Wednesday, someone rushed to the shelter to adopt him. He saw our Facebook post and also recently lost his Ridgeback. 

With your support, we'll be able to help more dogs like Hunter find a new home. 

Rewards
Pet Adoption Project Calendar
$20 or more per month 0 patrons
We'll be creating a 2019 calendar with our favorite photos during our Pet Adoption Calendar Photo Shoots. 
Goals
$14 of $150 per month
My Goal is to fund 25 Pit Bull Adoptions in 365 days. Adoption fees vary by shelter, but $150 should cover at least 2. 
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I am a Pet Photographer on a mission! I started taking pet adoption photos back in April, 2016. I volunteered on the weekends at Humane Society Tampa Bay helping their adoptable animals get a better photo to increase their chances at adoption. A few months in, they asked if I would host a Pet Photo Shoot Fundraiser to raise money for the shelter. 

Pet owners bring their pets in for a photo shoot with a portion of the proceeds going to various animal shelters, charities and rescues. We have hosted over 150 events and have donated over $65,000 since July, 2016. 

Hosting Pet Photo Shoot Fundraisers have allowed me to quit my corporate job and since May, 2017, I have been a full-time pet photographer. 

I have relied on the income from those events to afford life's basic needs, but I want to spend more time taking photos of shelter animals to increase their chances adoption, but I need some help. 

A small monthly gift will help me be able to spend more time volunteering at shelters. A portion of it will also go towards boosting the posts on Facebook to reach more people. 

We recently volunteered at Suncoast Animal League and took photos of Hunter the Rhodesian Ridgeback. He had been at the shelter for 3 weeks. We took his photos on a Monday and when the shelter opened again on Wednesday, someone rushed to the shelter to adopt him. He saw our Facebook post and also recently lost his Ridgeback. 

With your support, we'll be able to help more dogs like Hunter find a new home. 

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Rewards
Pet Adoption Project Calendar
$20 or more per month 0 patrons
We'll be creating a 2019 calendar with our favorite photos during our Pet Adoption Calendar Photo Shoots.