We’re in Times Square in New York City today, kicking off the giving season by celebrating the power of giving back. Johnson & Johnson employees, along with several of our philanthropic partners, are hosting an immersive experience to showcase Donate a Photo, our free app that takes a simple photo and turns it into a way to help those in need.
You don’t have to be in New York City today to join the Donate a Photo movement. You can help care for the world wherever you are by downloading Donate A Photo, snapping a photo and selecting a cause that you want to help. Share your photo on your social networks to get your friends and family involved, multiplying the good you can do with the snap of a shutter.
And, the giving doesn’t stop today. You can donate one photo a day, every day to the cause of your choice. Please keep the good going all through the giving season! Here are some of the causes you could choose in the app:
- Give parents the training they need. Help Save the Children fund its Early Steps to School Success program in the US to help provide parents and caregivers with the training and tools they need to create a stimulating environment for their child and provide a strong start in learning and in life. It takes 50 photos for an early childhood specialist to train a parent.
You can download Donate A Photo for free. The app is available on iOS and Android.
We are proud of our long legacy of giving back to our communities, and the holidays are the perfect time to renew Our Credo commitment to support good works. This year, we’re asking you to join with us and turn something you do every day – take a photo – into a way to do good. Donate your photo today and every day because every day should be a day of giving.
*You can donate a photo to one cause, once a day. For every photo donated, Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc. will donate $1 to that cause. You can donate photos to the cause until the cause closes, or until it reaches its donation goal, whichever comes first. Our partners will receive a minimum donation.