Will You Be a Part of Photography That Drives Change?

Students from School #18 perform a show at the local theater in Sergiyev Posad, Russia, 15 Dec 2016. The show promotes the cadet school at School #18. Sarah Blesener/Alexia Foundation

Students from School #18 perform a show at the local theater in Sergiyev Posad, Russia, 15 Dec 2016. The show promotes the cadet school at School #18. Sarah Blesener/Alexia Foundation

The work that The Alexia Foundation supports brings deep understanding of the most important issues facing the world today. Sarah Blesener’s Toy Soldiers helps us comprehend the origins of patriotism and nationalism in Russian and American youth. Monica Jorge’s My Grandfather’s Keeper gives us moving insight into the difficulties faced by senior spouses caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia.

These are the stories that matter, the kind of stories The Alexia Foundation makes possible. Year after year, for nearly 30 years, we have shone a light on the most critical issues. Our photographers become catalysts for change.

In a time when there are fewer and fewer resources available, The Alexia Foundation has remained unwavering in its support of the most important photography. For many photojournalists, grants like The Alexia are a lifeline. “Without them, no work would be possible,” remarked one photographer.

You are our lifeline. We rely on your financial support to make our grants possible. Will you help us keep them going? Will you be a part of photography that drives change? Donate to The Alexia Foundation today.

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