We’re on a mission to create the world’s largest art project for charity with thousands of kids around the world. We believe that happiness is the way to create positivity change in the world. Let’s empower kids and show them that it is fun to help other and together create a more playful and kind world.
Kids from countries all around the world get together to create the first ever human alphabet – one letter per country, 500 KIDS in each letter.
The letters are captured from an aerial view, creating limited edition photo art sold in the ABC Charity WEB SHOP.
Local and global CHARITIES benefit from the purchase of the letters – receiving a minimum of 90% of the funds from the web shop sales
432 kids formed the I in Uttarakhand, India.
390 kids formed the H in Lofoten, Norway.
500 kids in Krabi with limestone mountains in the background
330 kids above Omis with the Adriatic Ocean in the horizon
500 kids formed the E in Punta Cana.
440 kids in Fussen with the alps in the horizon
540 kids in a canola field outside Trelleborg
500 children in the desert of Namibia
490 kids formed the A outside Cape Town.
“ABC Charity is a very important project”
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize Winner
When the buyers purchase the letters, they choose one of the registered charities that they want to support and benefit from their purchase.
In every country where a photo is taken, ABC Charity registers up 1-5 charities supporting children’s education and wellbeing in the ABC Charity WEB SHOP
ABC Charity charges nothing for its services and can donate 100% of the revenue from the photo art to different charities thanks to our photographers, partners and the local community.
The photographers arrange the event with the local community, events sponsors, letter sponsors and together they donate the image to ABC Charity.
ABC Charity teams up with companies who donate their products and services to ABC Charity, to minimize overhead costs as much as possible.
Schools, mayors, companies, entertainers, parents, you name it, everyone is invited co-create the event making it loads of fun for the children.