Donate a Photo lets you share a photo a day to help raise money for a cause from one of the available options listed in the app. Options range from contributing to a program for youth at risk to providing a blanket for a baby in an NICU, and all it takes is couple of minutes of your time per day.
Streamlined process: To start raising money, all you have to do is pick a cause to support and select or take a photo to share. Once you've posted it to the app's main feed, Johnson and Johnson will donate $1 to the cause you've chosen. Each day, you can go back and post another photo to raise more money, either for the same cause or for a different one.
Cause pages: Each cause page contains detailed information about the organization or program receiving the funds. And even campaigns that have ended are still listed, so you can read about them and make a straight monetary donation of your own if you choose.
Strange sharing setup: This app allows you to link your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts, so you can share your photos there, too and help spread the word about the program. But for some reason, sharing to Facebook and Twitter occurs simultaneously with your posting to the app, while the link for sharing on Instagram only appears after you've made your initial post. This isn't a terrible inconvenience, but it does seem like a strange design decision and creates an extra step for no real reason.
Donate a Photo is a quick and painless way to help contribute to a cause you think is worthwhile. Its streamlined setup enables you to make a difference with very little investment of energy, and the integrated sharing features help you let your friends know what you're doing and what they can do to help.
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