The Pulitzer Center is launching a new initiative in support of our photojournalism projects. With a donation to the Pulitzer Center of $1,000 or more, donors can select one print from the series of Pulitzer Center supported projects above.
You can help us support more projects like these AND $250 of your donation will go to the photographer whose image you select.
The photographs will be 11x14 inches, unless noted below, printed at Lux Lab in New York City, and signed by the photographer. Prints selected will be shipped starting in January 2018.
Photographs in the series are from:
- Xyza Bacani
- Sim Chi Yin (11x11in)
- Peter DiCampo (11x11in)
- Sean Gallagher (limited edition of 3)
- Lynn Johnson
- Andre Lambertson
- Jake Naughton
- Larry Price
- Allison Shelley
- Amy Toensing
- Tomas Van Houtryve (limited edition of 15, 11x5in)
- Daniella Zalcman (11x11in)
The photographs cover topics from widows in India and the legacy of residential schools in Canada to North Korea, Haiti and climate change in China.
Photography projects are an increasingly important part of the Pulitzer Center’s strategy for raising awareness of underreported issues around the world. From cover stories for TIME and The New York Times, to special features for National Geographic and Harper's, and online presentations on MSNBC, Vox, the New Republic and The New Yorker. And the story doesn't end there: Photography by our grantees has become a critical tool for exploring global issues and promoting media literacy in schools and colleges, as well as the cornerstone of exhibits, books and other events that extend the reach and impact of these images.
Click here to help us support more work by talented photojournalists like these, and continue to bring home the global stories that matter most. Just choose the "Celebrate Global Photography" button when making your donation and we will contact you for your image selection. Remember: Prints will begin shipping in January 2018.
And please join us on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, from 5:30 to 7pm, when the Pulitzer Center hosts a New Year’s celebration in our Washington, DC offices. Grantees, Daniella Zalcman and Tomas van Houtryve will discuss their unique creative approaches to the critical issues they cover.