If you have landed on this application page, we assume you have read the Snapshot Platform overview found HERE.

We cannot wait to get to know you and the important work you are doing in your community!

We do have some legal stuff to share with you first. Upon program acceptance, we will discuss everything in colorful detail to learn how we can best partner with you. Please take a look at the overview here:

To get the application process started, tell us about your organization and the community you work alongside! This application is designed for us to learn more about your mission to best determine if our program would be a fit with your model and programs.


Name of Partner Organization Contact *
Name of Partner Organization Contact
Date of Birth *
Date of Birth
The most successful project experience for the students and organization will be the direct result of choosing a qualified, enthusiastic, and passionate creative who is on board to be trained in how to teach the curriculum and that also desires to inspire and engage students in this unique way.
Please share about the mission and work of your organization. Please keep in mind that we will utilize this copy when writing content about the project and our partnership.
Help us understand your purpose and intent in hosting a Snapshot Project alongside this specific group of students and this community. Information that would be helpful to learn about the students: • Tell us about their background • Share about the obstacles they face in their everyday lives • Describe their role in the organization • Share any additional context/info that you believe would help us equip the teacher to connect with the students and best tailor the curriculum to serve their needs
Give us the nuts and bolts of how to best implement. Please outline your Snapshot Project by providing the following information: • Potential dates for the Snapshot Project • Potential time of day that would work best with your programming (Generally, each class needs 2.5 - 3 hours) • The age range of the students • Describe the organization's relationship (if any) to the community as it could relate to the students' experience completing activities outside in the area
• Describe how your project's student photo sales will plan to make an impact through one of the three 100cameras areas of impact (Lifeline supplies, Education, or Medical needs) • Share how you believe funds will be used by the partner organization as well as a distribution plan for transferring funds from 100cameras to the partner organization (For example, does the organization have infrastructure to receive wire transfers?) • Share how you would plan to feature your Snapshot Project* and the work of the students at an event and/or through social media after completing the project. • Explain how you would plan to gain PR* — or rather, how you would plan to raise awareness for the community by sharing the students' photographs and stories? Getting the story out there is a huge piece of raising awareness for the community and increasing photo sales (ie raising money for the partner organization) *100cameras will also be doing these things, and the more we can do together through this partnership, the more people will see the students' images and stories.
We are always looking for project sponsorship partnerships with brands, and therefore if funding for you or the organization is not an option, please still complete the application so your project is on file with us should scholarship opportunities arise.


Thank you for your time and thoughtfulness! We believe you are doing incredible work in the world, and we look forward to reading your application to learn more about your mission and model.

Our team will be in touch within two weeks of the submission date. Applicants that move forward to the second round will be invited to join in a skype interview session.