If you have a family member with autism, you can get a free photo session. Here's how.

Three mothers came together in 2016 and created an organization where people and families touched by autism spectrum disorders can connect, support and feel strength.

The organization Spectrum Inspired will celebrate its one-year anniversary by giving free photo sessions to families who have members with autism this Saturday, April 22 from 8-11 a.m. at Venue at the Grove.

It's a beautiful, relaxing, calm environment where different photographers varying from small businesses and around the world, will gather to volunteer their time to snap an everlasting moment.

Spectrum Inspired is calling this experience an "authentic lifestyle photo session in which the child or individual is comfortable."

This is the first time the organization has done an event like this for the public and organizers are hoping they can have more like these around the world. The organization is known worldwide and pairs photographers and families on the daily for free authentic photo sessions.

At the moment, the organization is aiming to have at least five spectrum inspired photographers in every state and have a fundraising goal of $5,000 for this event to continue its mission.

There is still limited room for families to sign up by clicking here or if you wish to volunteer your time, you can email hello@spectrumimspired.org.

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