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OUR BIGGEST 2018 GOAL

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WILL YOU JOIN US?!

Sweet Justice was founded on the deep desire to give; giving justice to people’s stories next door, as well as giving justice to those who are still voiceless. We believe being generous with our time, energy + resources to nonprofits all over the world makes a marked difference. This past year, we are so proud to announce Sweet Justice was able to give:

  • $1,037.40 in donations to a nonprofit local to Fort Collins, educating the community, rescuing trafficked children in South East Asia, and placing them into adoptive families.

  • Coverage of Life for the Innocent events throughout the year, supporting human trafficking awareness

“With Emily, you not only get incredible photos, but depth and purpose behind the lens. Her photos help inspire supporters and tell our story of rescue, restoration, and renewal. Emily is a joy to work with and has a refreshing love for life and people. She stands out among other photographers and no doubt, you will get beautiful, authentic photos for your nonprofit (or wedding, engagement, or anything else)!” – Laura Albritton, LFTI Director of Communications

  • $600 in donations to Young Life staff, enabling adults to build life-long relationships with the youth all over the country, plus countless hours spent building lifelong relationships of my own with those kids

  

 

  • Family portraits for missionary families serving in Uganda

  • Coverage of Project 31:25 events throughout the year, supporting survivors of domestic violence

“Not only did I fall in love with the heart of this beautiful girl but her photography is magnificent and took my breath away! My nonprofit was honored to have her photograph our Annual 5k last April. The pictures are gorgeous but more than that they capture the essence of our organization and the heart of those that support us. Emily has an eye for the little details, she is able to see beyond the surface. Her photography allows the emotions of the time & place to transcend the picture. For nonprofits especially, this is essential in showcasing to the community what we do!
This beautiful girl has been given a genuine gift and anyone who has the chance to work with her will be receiving a piece of this gift also! I strongly recommend her & promise you will not be disappointed! (Side note, I love her photography so much I also hired her to do my wedding in June)” – Kristin Watts, Executive Director/Project 31:25

  • Family portraits for mothers overcoming homelessness, addiction, and domestic violence in transitional housing

I have had the privilege of partnering with Emily for the past two years. She is an incredible woman who goes out of her way to serve and make each woman feel loved and cared for. She has this amazing ability of not only using her gifts to bless women but she is great at inviting others into the fight against human trafficking. Emily’s joy is contagious. She is generous with her resources, time, creativity, and talent!” – Danielle Johnson, Esther House Director

  • A week at Young Lives Mountain Adventure Camp in Fraser, Colorado doing Mommy + Me sessions for teen moms

  • Coverage of Hillel events throughout the year, supporting CSU’s Jewish community

“Emily has become our go-to photographer since we first met a few years ago. It has always been a pleasure working with her, and the quality of her photographer speaks for itself.” – Alex Amchi, CSU Hillel Director

  • Lifestyle portraits for women + teens surviving sex trafficking from two different transitional homes in Denver

  • 6 complimentary Mommy + Me sessions for single mamas in Fort Collins

 

  • A week of photojournalism in Guatemala for Athentikos I AM ART Camp, an art therapy nonprofit serving at-risk youth

  • Coverage of the 2017 Walk for Freedom, educating Denver about human trafficking statistics

  • A photo story about Brian Cooper, a man with cerebral palsy serving Capernaum of Greenville, South Carolina

All of these photojournalism services were provided either completely free, or for discounted rates, depending on the nonprofit’s needs. I debated even posting this publicly because it’s not about showing the world how much we give – it’s about showing the world what’s possible when people desiring justice come together to create beauty. It’s about being transparent with people who choose Sweet Justice, showing how you are helping us further this mission, + what stories your valuable money is trickling into.

Our goal for 2018 is to double, or even triple, what we were able to give in 2017.

10% of all weddings always go to Life for the Innocent, and any other shoots enable us to spend more time advocating for nonprofits + dreaming bigger about where we can go. Help us achieve this goal by spreading the word about what we’re doing through Sweet Justice + thinking of us when you have a story to tell. Because our creative fire is your story. 

WILL YOU JOIN US?!

Sweet Justice was founded on the deep desire to give; giving justice to people’s stories next door, as well as giving justice to those who are still voiceless. We believe being generous with our time, energy + resources to nonprofits all over the world makes a marked difference. This past year, we are so proud to announce Sweet Justice was able to give:

  • $1,037.40 in donations to a nonprofit local to Fort Collins, educating the community, rescuing trafficked children in South East Asia, and placing them into adoptive families.

  • Coverage of Life for the Innocent events throughout the year, supporting human trafficking awareness

“With Emily, you not only get incredible photos, but depth and purpose behind the lens. Her photos help inspire supporters and tell our story of rescue, restoration, and renewal. Emily is a joy to work with and has a refreshing love for life and people. She stands out among other photographers and no doubt, you will get beautiful, authentic photos for your nonprofit (or wedding, engagement, or anything else)!” – Laura Albritton, LFTI Director of Communications

  • $600 in donations to Young Life staff, enabling adults to build life-long relationships with the youth all over the country, plus countless hours spent building lifelong relationships of my own with those kids

  

 

  • Family portraits for missionary families serving in Uganda

  • Coverage of Project 31:25 events throughout the year, supporting survivors of domestic violence

“Not only did I fall in love with the heart of this beautiful girl but her photography is magnificent and took my breath away! My nonprofit was honored to have her photograph our Annual 5k last April. The pictures are gorgeous but more than that they capture the essence of our organization and the heart of those that support us. Emily has an eye for the little details, she is able to see beyond the surface. Her photography allows the emotions of the time & place to transcend the picture. For nonprofits especially, this is essential in showcasing to the community what we do!
This beautiful girl has been given a genuine gift and anyone who has the chance to work with her will be receiving a piece of this gift also! I strongly recommend her & promise you will not be disappointed! (Side note, I love her photography so much I also hired her to do my wedding in June)” – Kristin Watts, Executive Director/Project 31:25

  • Family portraits for mothers overcoming homelessness, addiction, and domestic violence in transitional housing

I have had the privilege of partnering with Emily for the past two years. She is an incredible woman who goes out of her way to serve and make each woman feel loved and cared for. She has this amazing ability of not only using her gifts to bless women but she is great at inviting others into the fight against human trafficking. Emily’s joy is contagious. She is generous with her resources, time, creativity, and talent!” – Danielle Johnson, Esther House Director

  • A week at Young Lives Mountain Adventure Camp in Fraser, Colorado doing Mommy + Me sessions for teen moms

  • Coverage of Hillel events throughout the year, supporting CSU’s Jewish community

“Emily has become our go-to photographer since we first met a few years ago. It has always been a pleasure working with her, and the quality of her photographer speaks for itself.” – Alex Amchi, CSU Hillel Director

  • Lifestyle portraits for women + teens surviving sex trafficking from two different transitional homes in Denver

  • 6 complimentary Mommy + Me sessions for single mamas in Fort Collins

 

  • A week of photojournalism in Guatemala for Athentikos I AM ART Camp, an art therapy nonprofit serving at-risk youth

  • Coverage of the 2017 Walk for Freedom, educating Denver about human trafficking statistics

  • A photo story about Brian Cooper, a man with cerebral palsy serving Capernaum of Greenville, South Carolina

All of these photojournalism services were provided either completely free, or for discounted rates, depending on the nonprofit’s needs. I debated even posting this publicly because it’s not about showing the world how much we give – it’s about showing the world what’s possible when people desiring justice come together to create beauty. It’s about being transparent with people who choose Sweet Justice, showing how you are helping us further this mission, + what stories your valuable money is trickling into.

Our goal for 2018 is to double, or even triple, what we were able to give in 2017.

10% of all weddings always go to Life for the Innocent, and any other shoots enable us to spend more time advocating for nonprofits + dreaming bigger about where we can go. Help us achieve this goal by spreading the word about what we’re doing through Sweet Justice + thinking of us when you have a story to tell. Because our creative fire is your story. 

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  1. Brigitte Foss

    January 11th, 2018 at 4:57 pm

    Emily darling,
    I am so proud of what you have achieved.
    And I know this is only the beginning.
    You have such a warm, joyful and giving spirit!
    I’ll pass your name on to those who need to share their stories.
    So happy that you’ll be joining our family soon.
    Much love,
    Brigitte

  2. emcoff93@gmail.com

    February 27th, 2018 at 6:54 pm

    Thank you so much for checking out my work, Brigitte! I’m so grateful for your kind words.