Photographers for Social Change
Documenting humanity to make a difference
We connect emerging photographers, aspiring photojournalist and visual storytellers from every city of the world to document humanity and make a difference by raising awareness about global issues and empowering NGOs.
Participants share one photo per hour during twenty four hours. On one single day we get to see the world from a different point of view, humanity documented by local photographers.
Through the 24HourProject’s mission, values and global exhibitions, the project reaches millions of individuals annually showcasing the human connection of images and real live stories.
4,395 Photographers 924 Cities 95 Countries
Cause: Children's Rights
Charity: Responsible Charity (India)
4,880 Photographers 826 Cities 100 Countries
Cause: Support Village Women
Charity: Atena (Iran), GES Mujer (Mexico), Sacred Valley Health (Peru), She Has Hope (Uganda),
4,280 Photographers 850 Cities 104 Countries
Cause: Empower Women
Charity: Shakti Vahini (India)
3,940 Photographers 840 Cities 112 Countries
Cause: Refugee Camp Support
Charity: Lesvos Solidarity (Greece)
2,785 Photographers 718 Cities 107 Countries
Cause: Human Trafficking Survivors
Charity: She Has Hope (Nepal)
2,030 Photographers 650 Cities 101 Countries
900 Photographers 312 Cities 72 Countries
340 Photographers 132 Cities 45 Countries
65 Photographers 24 Cities 20 Countries