We need your help to make it all happen! 

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation and help give kids the following: 

  • The opportunity to learn the skills of photojournalism to share their perspectives 
  • The platform to share their images as products for sale 
  • The empowerment to see their work provide lifeline, educational, or healthcare supplies for themselves and other community members

There are four ways to give:

1: Donate online

We are committed to fundraising separately to cover administrative costs because it allows us to send more funding back to our partner communities to enable more change. By giving a one-time financial gift or by scheduling a recurring monthly donation, your support will help provide us with a predictable stream of income to plan financially and reduce time spent on fundraising during the year.

2: Mail a Check

Made payable to 100cameras and mailed to the following address: 

100cameras, Inc | ATTN: Angela F Popplewell | 601 W 26th Street, Suite 325-211 | New York, NY 10001

3: Sponsor a Kid by Adopting a Camera

Sponsor a Kid

This initiative gives you the opportunity to become a central part of the mission. Your gift will enable one kid living in a marginalized community to participate in the next 100cameras photojournalism course. This student will receive their very own camera to document their everyday while learning that their perspective can make a difference.

As a sponsor, you will receive exclusive updates before, during, and after the project. Upon completion, 100cameras will send you the student's biography along with 10 images taken from their perspective. Adopt-a-Camera is a one time donation of $500.

4. make a connection to a sponsor

We are always pursuing innovative ways to partner with brands, corporations, or individuals to create a greater impact for the students and communities we serve. If you are interested to learn more, have a specific idea for collaboration, or would like to make an introduction to someone in your network, please contact our Chief Storyteller, Angela Francine Popplewell.