Chester, VA, July 25, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Expressive Portraits, Inc. has named the Victory Junction Gang Camp the beneficiary of all proceeds raised from the sale of their 'Expressions for Hope' Fall 2006 keepsake print.
"Choosing a charity that benefits children and families less fortunate than those we serve through our school portrait photography services was very important to us," explains Richard Slifkin, Expressive Portraits President. "Victory Junction's mission to enrich the lives of children with chronic medical conditions is a cause we are delighted to help support."
In addition to the funds generated from the sale of a special 3.5x5 seasonally-designed keepsake print, Expressive Portraits has pledged an additional contribution to the Camp for each school they photograph this Fall.
About Expressive Portraits, Inc.:
Expressive Portraits provides on-site photography services at public and private schools, preschools, daycare centers and dance schools throughout Virginia and North Carolina. They also offer family and corporate portraits at homes and business in select areas. The goal of everything they offer, from their proof system to the reasonable prices of their photo packages, sheets and products, is to be family-friendly.
The Motorsports Images Division of Expressive Portraits, which was influential in choosing the Victory Junction Gang as the charity of choice for Fall 2006, offers race teams great action and studio images of their cars, drivers and crews. Their mobile studio can be set up in any race shop, saving teams valuable time and money. Photographers can also be contracted for specific events to chronicle everything from the time they unload at the track until the checkered flag falls and beyond.
About Victory Junction Gang Camp:
The mission of the Victory Junction Gang is to enrich the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, in a safe and medically sound environment.
The Victory Junction Gang Camp was founded by Kyle and Pattie Petty in honor of their son Adam. The Camp is a member of Paul Newman's Association of Hole in the Wall Camps.
All children who attend the Camp would not otherwise be able to attend camp because of their medical needs. No child or family pays to attend Victory Junction. The camp mainly serves children from North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina.
For more information about the camp, visit www.victoryjunction.org