April is “Autism Awareness Month” and the perfect time to “make a gift” of $50 or more to Josephine Herrick Project

Congratulations to JHP Student Akeem Bonaparte on graduating High School and starting a full time position at the United Nations

“Photography makes me peaceful.”
Akeem Bonaparte
JHP Student,
2013 Award Winner from President Obama for his volunteer services.

As you know, Josephine Herrick Project teaches photography to children on the Autism Spectrum in partnership with community organizations throughout New York and beyond.

APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH AND THE PERFECT TIME TO MAKE A GIFT OF $50 OR MORE TO JOSEPHINE HERRICK PROJECT

Through photography JHP creates opportunities for children with autism to build the skills and inspire the creativity to express themselves in a meaningful way.

Your Gift is Important. All of JHP’s programs are free. It costs $10,000 to run a year-long photography program at a community organization. All funding support is provided by people like you.

Donate now and help us continue transforming lives through photography

Thank you for your continued support
Yours Sincerely,

Maureen McNeil
Executive Director