Volunteer Affiliated Photographer
ORGANIZATION: Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep
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Volunteer your time and talent to provide remembrance portraits to parents experiencing the loss of a baby. Remembrance photography volunteers capture special moments of love for parents and families and help capture the memory of their baby. This precious gift helps provide healing for a family while honoring the baby’s legacy.
We will prepare you for what to expect and how to navigate these situations with our online virtual training and ongoing support.
Five (5) images are required to be submitted with your application demonstrating lighting, posing, and focus.
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About Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep
HEADQUARTERS, 7853 E. Arapahoe Court, Suite 2150, Centennial, CO 80112, US
To introduce remembrance photography to parents suffering the loss of a baby with a free gift of professional portraiture.
'Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep' (NILMDTS) is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization. All proceeds go directly into the operation of this organization to help parents who are experiencing an early infant loss.NILMDTS offers the gift of healing, hope and honor to parents experiencing the death of a baby through the overwhelming power of remembrance portraits. Professional-level photographers volunteer their time to conduct an intimate portrait session, capturing the only moments parents spend with their babies. Parents are gifted with delicately retouched heirloom black and white portraits free of charge.
These priceless images serve as an important step in the healing recovery for bereaved families. NILMDTS remembrance photography validates the existence and presence of these precious babies by honoring their legacy.
NILMDTS recruits, trains, and mobilizes professional quality photographers around the world. Through NILMDTS, medical personnel are given a meaningful option to offer bereaved parents by creating remembrance portraiture for their babies.
Through further engagement in the organization, such as the NILMDTS Remembrance Walk and online support, families become a part of a compassionate and supportive community. Parents gain a sense of inclusiveness, alleviating the alienation and perception of being alone in their pregnancy or infant loss journey.
Multiple locations Ogden, UT 84401
February 6, 2023
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Varies based on on call status
- Five (5) images are required to be submitted with your application demonstrating lighting, posing, and focus.