Photographers Without Borders (PWB), a global community of photographers and filmmakers committed to telling stories that make change, has announced the Revolutionary Storyteller Grant. The Grant, which you can apply for HERE between now and January 31, 2022, will help shine a light on photography projects that support grassroots, frontlines movements and initiatives that have significant goals to protect Mother Earth.
Five recipients will receive $5000 USD to support the creation of an impactful photography project and community exhibition of the work + more
Five recipients will be awarded and will receive $5,000 to support the creation of an impactful photography project and community exhibition of the work. In addition, recipients will also receive a behind-the-scenes video, a campaign to support the project’s impact goals and support from the PWB team along the way.
Anyone from anywhere in the world can apply for the grant and, as stated on the grant website, “Storytellers from the communities they are working in, and storytellers who demonstrate longstanding relationships with the communities they are working with, will be prioritized for this grant. 3 of the 5 grants are prioritized for PWB members, while 2 of the 5 are open to non-members.”
Photographer, storyteller, conservationist and activist speaker Danielle Da Silva is the founder of the Photographers Without Borders organization. Da Silva was also a member of the inaugural class of Alpha Female, where she worked with mentor and Sony Artisan Cristina Mittermeier to use the opportunity to make an impact with emotional calls to action.
Learn more about the grant and apply HERE, and visit photographerswithoutborders.org for more on the organization. Subscribe to the PWB YouTube channel for more PWB stories and the latest from Da Silva.