Change the world, one photo at a time!

Posted by Darlene Bouchard — 28 Jul 2010

PhotoPhilanthropyLogo200px.jpg The PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Award identifies outstanding work done by photographers in collaboration with non-profit organizations worldwide with awards prizes ranging from $1,000-$15,000!

In its first year, over 200 photographers from 63 different countries submitted work. This year, PhotoPhilanthropy will be honoring professional, amateur, and student photographers, and has a new category for community-based organizations. Each photographer whose work is accepted receives a page on the website and exposure to a growing audience of concerned and committed global citizens.

Submissions are being accepted now through October 1, 2010, so apply today!

PhotoPhilanthropy promotes and connects photographers with non-profit organizations around the world to tell the stories that drive action for social change. The PhotoPhilanthropy website provides a space for photographers, photo enthusiasts, and non-profits to come together for collaboration, inspiration, and action.

If you are looking for more detailed information, World Photography Organization posted a great summary of the award here.

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