Archive for November, 2011

Just as we are trying to find the intersection of quality journalism and quality nonprofit work, that is where PhotoPhilanthropy specializes. Their motto, “Photography driven by social change. Social change driven by photography” sums up the exchange they wish to enhance.

Student and professional photographers can submit their unpaid work to PhotoPhilanthropy for awards between $2,000 to $15,000 and the chance to have their photo essays on display. Nonprofits can submit profiles and a description of their work on the website for photographers to find and respond to their need. They also network with nonprofit and photographer resources such as Truth with a Camera and BrandOutLoud.

This particular photo essay, entitled “Blindness” was made for Christian Blind Mission in Italy (CBM) by Stefano De Luigi:

Photo by Stefano De Luigi for Christian Blind Mission Italy http://photophilanthropy.org/gallery-posts/blindness/


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