CEF imagery helps move medicine to kids in need

January 5, 2012 | By Getty Images | Community, Creative

We often talk about the power of imagery – and how a photo can move mountains. But did you know imagery, through the Compassionate Eye Foundation, also has the power to move medicine to children in need?

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This photo is one of many helping those in need via the Compassionate Eye Foundation. (Photo by Siri Stafford/Photodisc)

The CEF is an innovative nonprofit organization founded by photographer Robert Kent and colleagues, who enlist the talents of other photographers and creative professionals to help those in need. By creating imagery for CEF and donating royalties from the licensing of these images on our site, the photographers raise money to improve education, health care and economic opportunities in developing nations.

Check out this post on the CEF blog to learn how their partnership with the Kids International Development Society is bringing basic health care services to isolated regions in Cambodia, and be inspired.

We’re proud to partner with the foundation – and to help ensure its success we donate a large portion of the revenue from each CEF image licensed, while also editing and managing the licensing of content and providing art direction on select shoots. Learn more.

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