2012 PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards
PhotoPhilanthropy is an organization that aims to promote social change by connecting photographers and organizations. It also aims to bring to light stories that engage the world.
The group organizes an annual contest to showcase work done for foundations and nonprofit organizations.
It is now accepting submissions until Nov. 1 for the 2012 Activist Award. The grand prize is $15,000 and the winning work will be considered for PhotoPhilanthropy’s 2013 traveling exhibition.
The rules and additional information can be found on the PhotoPhilanthropy website.
Photo: Sitting alone, Maung Maung, a refugee from Myanmar, looks over his first American school lunch — burned cheese bread. The photograph was part of “90 Days” by Inge Kathleen Hooker, the PhotoPhilanthropy contest’s 2011 grand prize winner, for the International Center of Bowling Green. The center is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to acclimate refugees and immigrants in Kentucky.
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