PhotoShelter

Paying It Forward

In 2018, you’ve inspired us with incredible visual storytelling. Now, we’re paying it forward.

This year, instead of sending out holiday gifts to our PhotoShelter members and Libris clients, we’ve decided to make a gift in your honor to 100cameras.

Why? Because we believe in the power of visual storytelling, and we can’t think of a more meaningful gift than helping kids around the world share their stories through photography.

Here’s how it works: 100cameras is a nonprofit organization that works with kids who have had traumatic experiences. They teach kids how to tell their stories through photography, then provide a platform to sell their photos. 100% of the proceeds go to funding the most pressing needs in their communities, so they can see their work is making a difference.

Check it out:



Thanks to you, kids around the world will be empowered to make their voices heard and to have a powerful impact on their communities.

The whole PhotoShelter family is proud to be a part of your visual storytelling process, and now, we’re excited to empower the next generation to follow in your footsteps.

Want to join us in supporting 100cameras? Shop prints of the kids’ photos, make a gift or lead a project!

Cover photo: Angela Popplewell, Exective Director of 100 Cameras, and Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter, do a meet and greet at the PhotoShelter offices on Thursday, December 13, 2018 in New York, NY. Photo by David Welker.

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