Positive Exposure utilizes photography, film and narrative to transform public perceptions of people living with genetic, physical, intellectual and behavioral differences. Our educational and advocacy programs reach around the globe to promote a more inclusive, compassionate world where differences are celebrated.
The Giving Lens
At The Giving Lens, we have a vision. Our vision is to see the three things we love most come together for a greater good: our love of travel, our passion for photography, and our deep desire to give back to those in need.
Josephine Herrick Project
The Josephine Herrick Project is an arts-based charity that teaches photography to individuals faced with physical and emotional obstacles in order to help them communicate, build self-esteem, and connect with their communities.
International League of Conservation Photographers
The International League of Conservation Photographers is a U.S. based non-profit organization whose mission is to further environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography.
Help-Portrait is a global movement of photographers, hairstylists and makeup artists using their time, tools and expertise to give back to those in need.
We believe in helping kids learn young that their voices and perspectives matter in their lives and in the future direction of their communities - no matter their background or current circumstances. And that is our goal: to empower kids to realize they can create tangible change by sharing their stories, one community at a time.
Heart Gallery of America
The Heart Gallery is a traveling photographic and audio exhibit created to find forever families for children in foster care. The Heart Gallery of America is a collaborative project of over 80 Heart Galleries across the United States designed to increase the number of adoptive families for children needing homes in our community.
The Alexia Foundation promotes the power of photojournalism to give voice to social injustice, to respect history lest we forget it and to understand cultural difference as our strength – not our weakness. Through grants, scholarships and special projects, The Alexia Foundation supports photographers as agents for change.
This project, through PhotoTherapy Techniques, offers the Syrian Refugee children the opportunity to freely express their feelings and thoughts, deal with their psychological traumas, socialize by participating in group activities, develop their skills and receive the psychological support they need.
Blue Earth believes that environmental and cultural documentary photographs and films can educate the public and inspire positive change. We also help support visual storytelling and collaborations with our annual conference.