FAQs

Where do you get your cameras?

We typically buy them from a wholesaler, but our friends at Fujifilm have graciously donated some as well.

 

Is the Through Our Eyes Project a 501(c)(3)?

Yes, though the project does not have it’s own 501(c)(3). The project is operated through a church in South Carolina which has 501(c)(3) status. Any contributions made to the project are tax deductible.

 

Can I do a project like this in my city?

Absolutely. We were inspired by a similar project and we hope you have been inspired by this one. If you are interested in doing a project like Through Our Eyes, we certainly hope you will. Make it your own. Be creative. Love people. 

If you are interested in doing a Through Our Eyes project with our branding, structure, social media, etc., we would love to talk to you more about it. We are passionate about caring for people who need hope & encouragement, have stories to tell or a message to share. We also want these people to understand that our hope comes from a relationship with Jesus. As a result, we’d prefer to work in conjunction with a church in your city. Email us to continue the discussion.

 

Who are your photographers?

Our photographers all have their own unique stories and backgrounds. They range from age 7 to 75. They are from any gender, faith background and ethnicity. We believe that if someone has a pulse and can push a button on the camera, then they can be one of our photographers. There’s no discrimination here.

 

How can I support the project?

We have a donate button on our site. Every contribution helps. $10 covers the cost of a single-use camera and it’s processing. $200 covers the cost of printing our top photos for a gallery show. $600 covers the cost of framing. $3500 covers most of the cost of a project from beginning to end.

 

How do I buy some swag?

Buy a t-shirt, print of your favorite photo and more here.

 

You should make a photo book.

Agreed. Our Indiegogo crowd funding campaign starts August 1, 2017.

 

How can I donate?

Wow. Thanks so much for wanting to help us. Click here.

 

 


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