Photographers Without Borders

Photographers Without Borders

July 31, 2015 08:00 ET

Photographers Without Borders Third Magazine Launch

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - July 31, 2015) - On August 1, 2015, Photographers Without Borders (PWB) will be launching their third magazine. The magazine will be made available online via their website at:

The magazine is curated by PWB, with over 100 pages of photography, articles and interviews. Proceeds will directly fund PWB's Global Program.

"We launched the organization with the vision to share inspiring stories about people and places everywhere who are doing incredible things and to help shift narratives surrounding developing nations" says Danielle. PWB seeks to not only donate photography and video to organizations that need it, but to raise awareness of their efforts, expand the narratives about people and places, and shed light on some of the good in our world to widen perspectives.

The third magazine will feature the following partner charities:

  1. Akpafu Traditional Birth Attendants Women's Association (Ghana)
  2. Art Uganda (Uganda)
  3. Children of Hope (Uganda)
  4. El Porvenir (Nicaragua)
  5. Elimu (Kenya)
  6. GIve and Surf (Panama)
  7. Lifestart Foundation (Vietnam)
  8. Love Animal House (Thailand)
  9. Mision Gaia (Columbia)
  10. Sumatran Orangutan Society (indonesia)
  11. Shiksa Alok (Nathuakhan)
  12. United Planet (Peru)
  13. Vervet Monkey Foundation (South Africa).

Photographers Without Borders Magazine is one of the ways that PWB helps the public connect with and celebrate the positive work being done around the world by grassroots charities, in addition to workshops, exhibitions and participating in photography festivals.

About Photographers Without Borders

Photographers Without Borders is a not-for-profit organization that connects talented photographers with grassroots charities and NGOs across the world that are creating positive social and/or environmental impact in their communities. Through the power of photography, PWB helps these organizations raise awareness of their cause, while also expanding narratives on global issues. PWB is run by dedicated volunteers who believe that images are a powerful form of communication and have the ability to captivate attention, evoke emotion, and ultimately inspire change. For more information on PWB, visit

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