Have a camera sitting unused and unloved in your drawer?
Let the kids of Anjali House give it new life!
Each year, about 50 children and youths from the Siem Reap-based NGO participate in the Anjali Photo Workshops – a 10-day fun-filled event which aims to nurture their innate creativity through open-ended photography workshops guided by volunteer photographers.
The workshops are conducted in a fun, open-ended format that emphasizes individual freedom of expression, comprising of a series of outdoor photography excursions and group discussions.
We need your pre-loved cameras for this year’s workshops and beyond! With these cameras, the children will also be able to continue exploring photography throughout the year.
Also, do reach out to us if you have a shop or space that can be a convenient drop-off point for donations!
WHAT WE NEED
Any pre-loved camera in working condition will do! We would prefer compact cameras but will accept DSLRs too. Please make sure that the camera is good to use with a working battery and a charger.
HOW TO DONATE
We have set up drop-off points in various cities around Southeast Asia and Asia. Please message us on Facebook, Instagram or email us to find out where your closest collection point is. You can either post or deliver the camera in person. The cameras will then be collected and brought to Siem Reap in time for the workshop at the end of November.
BE A DROP-OFF POINT!
If you have a shop, space or office that can act as a convenient drop-off point for donations, please reach out to us!
The 15th Anjali Photo Workshops will take place this November-December in Siem Reap, and will be led by our beautiful team of volunteer tutors: Sopheak Vong, Kim Hak, Sophal Neak, Sayon Soun, Dennese Victoria, Andrea Fernandes, Roun Ry and Lux Mean.
About Anjali House
Anjali House began as a project of the Angkor Photo Association and is today an independent NGO in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The organisation provides education, basic care, healthcare and family support to 120 students aged from 5 to 19 years old from underprivileged families. The ultimate goal for the children of Anjali House is to help them develop into healthy, well-adjusted young adults, equipped with the skills and support they need to be successful in their future endeavors. (www.anjali-house.com)