Earlier this spring, I shared that Southborough’s Chelsea Bradway was holding socially distant photo sessions for charity. Her Southborough’s Front Steps Project has been raising money for causes like the Food Pantry, Youth and Family Services and more.
While Bradway’s still running that project, she’s added another fundraiser to the duties she’s juggling. This one is to support Chestnut Hill Farm.
Instead of posing on your front steps or in your backyard, you can head to the farm for a photo session. The Photo Sessions at the Farm Fundraiser starts next week:
Sign up for a socially-distant photo session with professional photographer, Chelsea Bradway, of All Things Sparkley! Chelsea is donating 50% of all photo session fees to Chestnut Hill Farm. Due to Covid-19, CHF has been unable to run any of its April-June programming, which usually generates a substantial portion of the farm’s annual income. Your donation will help keep the farm running!
Your photo session can be a family photo, a solo photo, or a picture of your children. Within a week of your session you will be emailed 1-5 edited, high-resolution photos, depending upon the session you choose.
Pick either a 5-minute session for $20 (1-2 photos emailed to you) or a 10-minute session for $40 (3-5 photos emailed to you). Please remember that dogs are not permitted at CHF. Pictures will be taken at the “rock island,” which you can easily see from the trailhead parking lot on Chestnut Hill Road.
Payment in advance via Paypal – @AllThingsSparkley – or Venmo – @Chelsea-Bradway – is appreciated. Just note your photo session date and time when you pay. You can also pay via PayPal, Venmo, or cash at your session.
Reserve your spot via the ticketing link – it will take you to our SignUp Genius page.
Thank you for supporting Chestnut Hill Farm!
To book a session, visit the Facebook page.
As for her other big project, it’s a good time for an update. On May 4th, Bradway posted:
Feeling pretty awesome! We all just donated $600 to Hopkinton Center for the Arts. $700 to Project Just Because in Hopkinton and $7252 to Southborough Youth and Family Services and $7252 to the Southborough Foood Pantry. That is a total of $15,804 and over 100 families!
I could not have done this without the amazing community I live in, the community I teach in and the amazing teachers I teach with.
This project is ongoing through the summer! Let’s keep the love flowing!
You can find great photo highlights that she’s shared from shoots in the Facebook album.