Facing The Future 2010

23rd December 2009
2010 sees a new initiative from Firebaby Photography aimed at using photography as an income source to contribute to cancer charities.

'Facing The Future' is the official 2010 Firebaby project.

The Facing The Future fundraising project is being run in association with two of the UK's most influential cancer charities, Macmillan Cancer Support and Cancer Research UK.

By purchasing a 'Facing The Future' portrait session, Firebaby will photograph either you, or someone you love and provide you with a beautiful 15"x10" portrait photograph. All profit from this session will go to the cancer charities Macmillan Cancer Support and Cancer Research UK.

This way you will have a something beautiful and will have given a helping hand for those that need your help, love and compassion!

To take part in the Facing The Future project, simply purchace a Facing The Future portrait session from the shop

Help us be there for for cancer sufferers, so they don’t have to face cancer alone. Help us rebuild the lives of people affected by cancer.

Macmillan Cancer Support is one of the largest British charities and provides specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer. As well as helping with the medical needs of people affected by cancer, Macmillan also looks at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaigns for better cancer care. Macmillan Cancer Support's goal is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer in the UK by 2010.

Cancer Research UK is one of the few organisations of its kind with the ability to take advances in basic research all the way from the laboratory to the patient.

It is a European leader in the development of novel anti-cancer therapies and its extensive programme of research in clinical units ensures that new treatments reach patients as quickly as possible.

Cancer Research UK-funded scientists have played major roles in the discovery and clinical development of a number of important drugs. For further information on achievements of Cancer Research UK scientists, look at our achievements page.

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