Photo Galleries

Alison Wright’s images have gained international acclaim for their artistry and emotional impact. These galleries showcase some of Alison’s humanitarian photography and a few of the non-profit organizations that she’s donated to through her Faces of Hope Fund. The faces of hope are not only those who are desperately trying to rise above their circumstances but the inspirational grassroots organizations and individuals who are reaching out to help them. Please visit Alison Wright Photography to see more of her work.

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Earthquake Relief Efforts in Nepal

PLEASE SUPPORT OUR CAMPAIGN TO HELP THE EARTHQUAKE RELIEF EFFORTS IN NEPAL AS WE PARTNER WITH NYOF, THE NEPAL YOUTH OPPORTUNITY FOUNDATION. EVERY CONTRIBUTION MADE UNTIL JUNE 15, WILL GO DIRECTLY TO NEPAL AND WE WILL MATCH EVERY CONTRIBUTION UP TO $4000 UNTIL THAT DATE.

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Global Fund for Women in the Congo

I’ve recently returned from the Congo for the Global Fund for Women to attend the UN convention including local non-profit groups from the Great Lakes region to discuss gender based violence towards the women of Burundi, Uganda, Rwanda and DR Congo.

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Tibetan Culture

After visiting Tibet a number of times and sadly realizing that more of the culture exists outside of the country than in it, I felt compelled to document the Tibetan life in exile as it evolves and flourishes. For more than two decades it has become an ongoing project of passion for me…

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Earthquake in Haiti

We raised $4000 to help supply tents for people displaced by the earthquake in Haiti.  We partnered with a non-profit organization to bring them in, with locals on the ground who organized setting up communities of 150 tents each. A lot has been said about the resiliency and the tenacity of the Haitian people...

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Burmese Refugees in Thailand

We raised money to support the work of The Good Shepherd, a local NGO, who has set up a small basic school for children and a home for pregnant women. Funds are still needed for a mobile medical unit that can visit and provide basic healthcare to Burmese migrant workers. It is estimated that over two million Burmese refugees...

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