If your shiny new camera has permanently replaced your dust-collecting old digital point-and-shoots, consider donating them to a good cause while simultaneously supporting the arts.
Founded by Stacie Krajchir, along with tsunami orphans from Thailand, the See and Sprout Project is an international creative collective that brings cameras to Third World regions, puts on children's photography workshops, then, with the help of Hewlett-Packard, hosts the results in a traveling exhibition. All sales from photos goes back to the child photographers.
Right now, the See and Sprout Project is looking to gather 50 cameras for their next event. Full flyer with more info after the jump.
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Send in your old digital cameras to the Seed & Sprout Project at the Bungalow, 3320 Cabrillo Blvd., Los Angeles, (310) 313-1643; www.seedandsprout.com.