Kula Project Dinner
I had the privilege to shoot at this beautiful celebration dinner. The Kula Project is a non-profit organization that invests in small-scale farmers to create sustainable communities in Rwanda. The dinner was to celebrate that they are able to provide over 1,200 coffee trees to their farmers in Rwanda! How awesome is that?! The founders, Sarah Buchanan and James Sasson, are amazing people who have put together an incredible organization and the dinner reflected the joy, hard work and determination that has made Kula project what it is today. So excited to see what the future has in store for them!
Homespun provided the food for the evening. I hope my pictures did justice to how incredible the food was. Seriously I kind of got choked up and wanted to cry when I ate their food, it was that amazing. As someone who has about zero percent cooking abilities I am so grateful to people who share their skills with others!
One a personal level, doing this shoot actually gave me clarity in piecing together my mission statement for a section of my photography business. Here is is:) “To come alongside ministries, missions, and organizations and help them to get the word out to the public by using my gifts and skills as a photographer.” When I am able to put my skills towards something so much bigger than me and for such a greater good I am humbled. I am grateful to God for opportunities like this.