If you live in Canada, and especially Ontario, you may have heard about the recent lockdown once again in Toronto. This lockdown, while important, will also negatively affect small business owners, each who have put a ton of work, sweat, blood, and tears, into pursuing their dreams. This includes photographers, many of which have already had a bonkers 2020!
If you purchase a gift certificate with Golden Birch Photography, not only are you gifting someone a unique experience + killer photos for a lifetime, but you are helping to support a local artist + also donating to a good cause!
There are three different levels of gift certificates you can purchase with me!
Just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on Instagram or Facebook. You send the money and I send you a PDF of the gift certificate! Once your giftee receives the gift certificate, they can email me and we can organize our 2021 session! It can happen at ANYTIME in the year!
YES! I am up for some gift certificate fun. If you want 10 polaroids as a part of our session, just add an extra $50 onto the cost of the session!
A portion of all photography sessions (including gift certificates!) goes towards the Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto, which is a charitable organization that recognizes the need for a gathering place in Toronto for urban Indigenous women to share resources, support one another, and practice traditional ways. It offers life-enhancing resources and programming, trauma support, women’s education, transgender and two spirit support, traditional healing, housing outreach, cultural ceremonies and teachings, skills development, and more. The NWRCT aims to build self-sufficiency and to create real change. So when you book me, together we are helping an important organization doing amazing work!
Get in touch! I’m happy to answer any questions. You can drop me an email or fill out the contact form!
I would like to acknowledge that I live and work on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Huron-Wendat communities. This land is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Metis. I am grateful to work on this territory and aim to respect and honour the diversity of Indigenous communities on their traditional lands.
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