EYESeeMe project was born from a love of photography and was founded by humanitarian photographer Rebecca Robyns. Rebecca realised through her own work documenting the lives of disadvantaged children in Southeast Asia that the children were both fascinated and curious about her camera and images so she decided to set up the project in 2015 so that they could document their own lives and tell us their stories. We have exhibited the children's work in the UK for the past two years which has allowed us to raise awareness and funds for the children we support. From here our work has flourished, and while we still continue with our camera classes, we have expanded our reach into new areas focussed on helping children go to school and change their future. Our two main projects are based in Thailand and Bangladesh. In Thailand, we currently support 71 children, thanks to the kind assistance of international shipping company InXpress UK and in Bangladesh, we aim to assist 500 slum children into life changing education.
Please support our charity. We are a small charity with big ideas and low running costs. We are passionate about education for disadvantaged children which can greatly change their future and also help to keep them safe.
Charity No: 1168820
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