When you buy a print or make a donation, you help these organizations provide vital services to people disproportionately hurt by the same pandemic that has decimated the music scene.


Founded in 2010 by Chef José Andrés, World Central Kitchen (WCK) uses the power of food to heal communities and strengthen economies in times of crisis and beyond. WCK has created a new model for disaster response through its work helping devastated communities recover and establish resilient food systems. WCK has served more than 45 million fresh meals to people impacted by natural disasters and other crises around the world in countries including The Bahamas, Indonesia, Lebanon, Mozambique, Venezuela, and the United States. WCK’s Resilience Programs in the Caribbean and Central America have trained hundreds of chefs and school cooks, advanced clean cooking practices, and awarded grants to farms, fisheries and small food businesses while also providing training and networking opportunities.

Just like World Central Kitchen uses the power of food to heal and strengthen communities in times of crisis and beyond, Fund by Photo uses the power of art to uplift these communities. We are so grateful to you for your support of our like-minded mission.”

Nate Mook, CEO


DC Central Kitchen (DCCK) is a nonprofit and social enterprise that combats hunger and poverty through job training and job creation. The organization provides hands-on culinary job training for individuals facing high barriers to employment while creating living wage jobs and bringing nutritious, dignified food where it is most needed. DCCK’s social ventures include serving scratch-cooked farm-to-school meals in DC schools, delivering fresh, affordable produce to corner stores in neighborhoods without supermarkets, and operating a fast-casual cafe.

“DC Central Kitchen, whose chosen tool for changing lives is food, is delighted to team with Fund by Photo, whose chosen tool for community support is music photography. Our partnership helps to support people disproportionately hurt by the same pandemic that disrupted DC’s iconic music scene.”

Michael F. Curtin, Jr, CEO,
DC Central Kitchen


Grounded in grassroots senior leadership, We Are Family mobilizes a committed corps of volunteers to reach out to isolated inner-city seniors with free services, advocacy, and companionship, building a network of caring eyes and ears that enables at-risk seniors to age in place. More than simply a social service provider, we are a bold experiment in building caring, just and inclusive community. Our services include: monthly grocery deliveries, emergency food deliveries, shopping transportation, friendly visits, Thanksgiving food basket deliveries, holiday gift deliveries and visits, emergency cleaning, advocacy with agencies and landlords, and more.

“Thanks to Fund by Photo for turning powerful art into fuel for community recovery and support.”

Mark Anderson, Founder & Co-Director,
We Are Family


Bread for the City helps Washington, DC residents living with low income to develop their power to determine the future of their own communities. We provide food, clothing, medical care, and legal and social services to reduce the burden of poverty. We seek justice through community organizing and public advocacy. We work to uproot racism, a major cause of poverty. We are committed to treating our clients with the dignity and respect that all people deserve. Our services include food, clothing, social services, legal services, and health care.

“The COVID-19 pandemic and concurrent economic disaster requires us to help those who struggle for life’s basic needs – food, clothing, healthcare, employment, and especially, safe safe and secure housing. Using artful photography to raise funds, Fund by Photo has created an inspired approach to garner community support that fits well with our mission.”

George A. Jones, CEO,
Bread for the City


Buy a book or an archival-quality, mounted or unmounted print and we donate 100% of the net proceeds to charity. You’ll help support people who have been disproportionately hurt by the same pandemic that decimated the music scene.

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