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Do you have tons of photos of yourself on your iPhone? Want to do some cool with them like save the world? Yes, really…you can help a girl in Liberia go to school or help restore a public park. What about helping a newborn thrive or help a to send a student to nursing school. You can with just a download of Johnson & Johnson Donate a Photo App.
The Donate a Photo program allows you to turn “selfie” photos (pictures you take of yourself) into a way to do good. For every photo shared on the app, Johnson & Johnson will make a donation to an amazing cause. All donations are measured in actions, from standing up to bullying to helping students become leaders to protecting children as they walk to school.
Donating is simple: Just download the free Donate a Photo app and register to get started, then look through the list of causes that are available. If you click on a cause it will tell you about it.
Then choose a photo to upload and write a tweet. You have the option to share it on Facebook and Twitter (and soon, Instagram) to let friends and followers know how they can help as well.
Once you Donate your photo, you get a message that you helped!
On July 28th, the Donate a Photo campaign added three non-profit partners to the rotating list of causes:
PFLAG: All funds donated through the DAP PFLAG cause go to provide materials (brochures, flyers etc.) for anti-bullying sessions. These sessions reach students, teachers and school leaders with messages about cultivating respect and keeping schools safe for all.
Girl Up: All funds donated through the DAP Girl Up cause help provide outreach efforts to girls, parents and community leaders, provide literacy, numeracy and livelihood training to out of school girls, and helps establish local PTAs to champion girls’ education in Liberia. These efforts help girls return to and stay in school, often after years of absence.
Safe Kids: The Safe Kids Safe Roads initiative aims to teach children and parents about bike helmet and car seat safety. The program achieves these goals both through in-school sessions, as well as through awareness efforts via online promotions and social media.
You are able to see the gallery that includes all the Donated Photos for all the causes. You can share one photo a day, every day, to contribute to the causes that matter most to you.
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