Reflections from the 63rd Missouri Photo Workshop

As part of the award for winning last year’s PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards in the student category, Emily Macinnes received a scholarship for the 63rd Missouri Photo Workshop. Emily recently wrote to us to share her reflection on her time at the workshop. Here are her thoughts: The Missouri Photo Workshop is held in a different Missouri town every year. Each …

nathandaltonReflections from the 63rd Missouri Photo Workshop

Non-Profit Organization of the Week: Cambodian Living Arts

Organization: Cambodian Living Arts Website: http://www.cambodianlivingarts.org  Country: Cambodia Mission: Cambodian Living Art’s mission is to facilitate the transformation of Cambodia through the arts.They collaborate to create an environment where Cambodian arts empower and transform individuals and communities. Cambodian Living Arts (CLA) is seeking volunteer photographers to take photos of their programs. Learn more about the organization and this photography opportunity on the PhotoPhilanthropy …

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Photo of the Week by Adam Nadel

Photo by Adam Nadel on behalf of the Malaria Consortium In this photo: Counterfeit pharmaceutical enforcer who lost his own daughter as a consequence of counterfeit drugs.

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“Dignity has no nationality” – International Migrants Day 2011

  According to the State Department, Over 200 million people live outside the country of their birth. Today marks International Migrants Day, originating on December 4th, 2000 when the UN General Assembly proclaimed December 18th as a day to honor the large population of migrants, in every country. While this day is meant to show appreciation and support of migrant …

nathandalton“Dignity has no nationality” – International Migrants Day 2011

Spotlight on the Judges, Part I

If you haven’t heard the news yet about our January Judging and Panel events, you need to check out our events page! We have a weekend of events planned for January 21 and 22, 2012, all about making impact through imagery. We’re gathering the most exciting leaders in the field of visual storytelling for non-profits from all over the country. …

nathandaltonSpotlight on the Judges, Part I

Non-Profit Organization of the Week

Organization: Tomorrow’s Youth Organization Website: http://www.tomorrowsyouth.org/ Mission: To enable children, youth, and parents in disadvantaged areas of the Middle East to realize their potential as healthy, active and responsible family and community members.

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Photo of the Week by Skippy Sanchez

United Methodist Open Door is a community-wide public social service agency in Wichita, Kansas with a mission to provide the basic needs of food, clothing and shelter.  

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Congratulations to our Fifth Round Grantee: Khamees Abu Saad

PhotoPhilanthropy is excited to announce the recipient of our fifth and final round of our Student Production Grants, Khamees Abu Saad, an undergraduate student at An-Najah National University in Palestine. To alleviate the up-front costs faced by students working with non-profits, we have offered five $1,000 grants during 2011 to student-non-profit collaborations so that non-profit storytelling may be advanced through visual imagery. …

nathandaltonCongratulations to our Fifth Round Grantee: Khamees Abu Saad

Non-Profit Organization of the Week: Health Leads

Organization: Health Leads Website: http://www.healthleadsusa.org  Country: United States Issue: Health and Human Services About the Organization Health Leads mobilizes undergraduate volunteers, in partnership with providers in urban clinics, to connect low-income patients with the basic resources — such as food, housing, and heating assistance — that they need to be healthy. These dedicated volunteers and our many alumni are helping to …

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Photo of the Week by Katie Orlinsky

Photo by Katie Orlinsky on behalf of Caritas. Children swim in the sea using a docked fishing boat as a raft in the Beach Refugee Camp neighborhood of Gaza.  

nathandaltonPhoto of the Week by Katie Orlinsky