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Human slavery is a global epidemic. Take photos & take action.

 

This October, we're joining A21 in the fight against human slavery. Your passion for photography could help us reach the vulnerable and disrupt the demand.

 

How can I help?

Photographers who join our community donate a range of ways. You could:

  • Book one October session and donate the proceeds 
  • Donate funds from a previous session
  • Host a day of mini-sessions that give back
  • Give a recurring percentage from session profits
  • Feature a special print package that supports our cause
  • Donate used gear and write-off the full value of equipment
  • Give a small, one-time donation right now
  • Do something crazy that we haven't thought of yet

 

Where does the money go?

Proceeds given to Photos That Give are pooled together and donated to a different organization each year. In 2017, proceeds will be going toward A21, a nonprofit organization fighting against slavery—the fastest growing organized crime in the world. They work closely with law enforcement on the ground to support raids, assist in the prosecution of traffickers, and represent survivors in court proceedings. Every person they rescue is provided with access to housing, medical treatment, counseling, education, employment, and repatriation based on their individual needs.

 

Are my donations tax-deductible?

You bet! One Month Inc. (DBA, Photos That Give) is a registered 501c3 in the United States. Any cash donation given to Photos That Give within the United States is eligible for a tax receipt.

All donations given to Photos That Give outside of the US are not eligible for tax receipts. We apologize that we’re unable to offer this benefit.

 

I'm ready to join the community!

Awesome! All you need to do is fill out this form and you're in! We'll reach out to you via email with more details and updates as the month of October approaches.

 
 

One Month Inc. (DBA, Photos That Give) is a registered 501c3 in the United States. We're on a mission to spark philanthropy through photography.