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2021 MyWorld wall calendar

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A BEAUTIFUL GIFT. The 2021 MyWorld wall calendar is 240mm x 240mm. It's printed in the UK and includes the best 12 photographs from the annual homeless projects in Budapest, New Orleans, Sao Paulo, Sydney, Toronto and London. Proceeds with help people affected by homelessness in those cities. The first project was the MyLondon Photo Project competition from 2013-19. Every year we give photography training to people who have experienced homelessness. Normally we sell the calendars in markets with the participants in a similar way to how the Big Issue is sold, i.e. they earn 50% of the sale price. This year we are giving earnings to the photographers and vendors but also to raise money for the projects which empower people affected by homelessness.

Café Art

Empowering people who have experienced homelessness through photography and entrepreneurship.
Café Art runs the MyLondon Photo Project annually. 100 people who have experienced homelessness are given photography training and asked to take photos of London. Photographers tell their story of homelessness in the calendar. Normally training in selling calendars is given and vendors are able to earn 50% of the sale price if they sell in the market, just like the Big Issue. All profits from our calendar and greeting card sales online go back into the project.
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