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the Honoring Elders Project

Organized by: Kara Counard
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Help us buy a set of cameras for the Honoring Elders Project!

The Honoring Elders Project is a community based project, started by photographer Kara Counard of Bloom Photography by Kara. Children from local schools are connected to elders from assisted living homes, throughout Wisconsin. The kiddos learn about storytelling through photography and local history right from the source! It teaches and empowers the young ones, while drawing attention to the lives and stories of these beautiful folks. A set of entry level DSLR cameras are needed to dedicate to the project. You can help fund the project, plus you get a super cool tee shirt! Thank you, thank you, thank you for any donations!
If you can't donate, please share with friends and family! 
You're the best! And we're all grateful! 

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All funds raised will go to Kara Counard, the organizer for Honoring Elders Project cameras and supplies.
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$490 raised
 
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Organized by Kara Counard

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The Honoring Elders Project came about in progression after two other projects by Kara Counard. The first, called the 101 Women Project, featured 101 women in the community where they felt at home. And the Women Over 90 Project featured 33 subjects from the ages of 89 to 100 from throughout Wisconsin. A group of 5th grade girls was involved with that project, and their photos and stories of elders were included alongside Kara's in an art show at the ARTgarage in 2012. This led to the Honoring Elders Project. The project is on its third year of bridging that gap between generations, through storytelling and photography.
Your help is needed to purchase a dedicated set of cameras for the project.

For more information, please check out these feature blog posts about the project: 
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NPR
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The Hollands!
Bloom Photography

Contact Kara at bloomphoto@hotmail.com with questions. 

The tee shirt that you'll get with your donation was designed using drawings from the kids that were involved in this past year's project.. students from Bay Harbor in Howard-Suamico and Aldo Leopold in Green Bay! 


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Organized by Kara Counard

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Debbie LaCrosse 1 shirt

Great project !

Justin 1 shirt

Hooray

Sheryl R 1 shirt

Great project for a great friend of a friend

Rachel Phillips 1 shirt

So proud of you Kara!! I hope Honor Elders Project is still around with Annabel is in grade school!!

Carol 1 shirt

support Kara and her love of photography

Dawn Patel 1 shirt

Kara and her project are amazing, happy to support such great work! Nice tee too:)

Crissy Dixon 1 shirt

because i believe in everything Kara does, and know it all comes from a heart of gold. she's one of the most inspired people i've ever known.

Anonymous 1 shirt + $10

As someone who has viewed Kara's photography projects when displayed at the Art Garage in past years, I am well aware of what a wonderful and rewarding project this is!

Shana 1 shirt

Sounds like an amazing project! Awesome work, Kara!

Diane Cairns 1 shirt

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