National Family Portrait Month

July 2019

Join in the fun with National Family Portrait Month!

This July, book in for a special family portrait and help make wishes come true for kids with life-threatening illnesses.

National Portrait Month was founded by photographer and coach, Bernie Griffiths, and his wife Wendy. In 2018, the campaign raised an incredible $31,000 for Make-A-Wish and this year is shaping up to be just as big!

This year's theme is Mother's and their Children with your $51 registration fee donated to Make-A-Wish in full.

Dad's, we promise you can still get involved too! Find out more below.

How it works

Head to the National Family Portrait Month website to find out about the campaign, and find a registered photographer in your area.

Follow the 'Participate' link to sign your family up to capture those precious moments.

Tickets cost just $51 per family, with the full registration fee coming to Make-A-Wish.

Arrange a time with your photographer for your photo shoot.

Your photography session can be anytime up until the end of October - but you must register before the end of July 2019.

Have your photos taken with your loved ones, and pick your favourites to enjoy.

Your photographer will let you know the different packages they offer.

PLUS one of your photos will be featured in the annual National Family Portrait Month book!

Want to know more?

Head to National Family Portrait Month's official website for more information.

Thanks to National Family Portrait Month, I finally have some great photographs of my family that I had been putting off for years. The photographs hang proudly in my home.

Pam Wright - former National Family Month participant

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