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Use the photos taken by Homeless for new support! “Snapshot taken by Homeless.” Starts.

Non-profit organization Homedoor Use the photos taken by Homeless for new support! “Snapshot taken by Homeless.” Starts. ………………………………………………………………………………………… Accredited NPO Homedoor (head: Kana Kawaguchi Osaka-ku Kita Ward) receives support from Dentsu Inc., and a new donation system utilizing stock photo photography “Snapshot taken by Homeless.” March 22, 2019 It started to.
■ With Snapshot taken by Homeless You can purchase photos taken with a look at “homeless” We have homeless people become photographers, and for a long time we will sell photos taken with sensitivities looking at town, people and time as stock photos. It is a project to return the sales of the photos to homeless people. For homeless people, it becomes possible to buy not only donations but also for buyers, just as expression becomes a job and help reintegration. And I feel that homeless life can be felt close to me through photography, and I believe that it is possible to bring about a good circulation for society by reducing even a slight bias. [Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/16497/7/resize/d16497-7-401451-5.png]
■ A new form of support that utilizes sensibility Homeless people live in various ways to withstand the cold and the heat without housing. Living under such circumstances, homeless people may have unique sensitivities and points of view. This project started up with such experimental meaning. Even if you have never had a chance to interact with homeless people, you can easily touch the sensitivities of homeless people, and if you like the photos, you can purchase them. The sales will be donated to Homedoor and will lead to new support. [Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/16497/7/resize/d16497-7-631568-2.png]
■ Hajiri is a social poster exhibition In order to convey various social issues and NPO activities to the world under the title of the Social Poster Exhibition in 2016, 132 creators of the Dentsu Group produced approximately 220 NPO posters as part of their social contribution activities. One of them was Homedoor. At that time, I used photos taken by homeless people with an instant camera as posters, and I was fascinated by the rich sensibility that each photo transmitted from the photos, which led to this project.
■ Management group · About authorized NPO corporation Homedoor Aiming for “Japan that does not create homelessness”, we provide work, shelters for 20 rooms, and consultation services for homeless people and people who are in need of life. Focusing on the share cycle HUBchari business, we are focusing on creating work that utilizes the special skills of the parties. Support was provided to over 1000 people.
■ Special site and photo The special site has a large picture and is designed to be eye-catching. If you click the photo on the site, it will transition to the purchase page.
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/16497/7/resize/d16497-7-434501-4.png]

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