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Getting Started: Let the Kids Choose the Cause Charity shouldn’t seem like a chore – it’s meant to be joyous, as in something you want to do. The key? Let the kids choose a few causes that interest them, even if the ideas are as general as pets, school lunches or having warm winter clothing. (The same applies to adults looking for a good cause to support on their own.) Once you’ve found something to be passionate about, it’s a …

As many of you know, we collaborate with One Million Photographers (1MP), a beautiful online photography gallery. Once a month we pick a 1MP contest winner, and they feature it on their blog, and the winning photographer gets a free Fracture print. We are happy to share with you that 1MP has an exciting new partnership with 100cameras, a non-profit organization. 100cameras helps give children in underprivileged communities the tools to express themselves through photography. They teach the children basic photojournalism skills. Then their photos are turned into …

At Fracture, we believe some of the best dogs come from animal shelters. Unfortunately, in the U.S., only about 20% of owned dogs actually come from shelters. That percentage could increase if more folks took advantage of shelters and the amazing dogs that wait there! Thankfully, Beth Zavoyski is trying to make that happen. Through her series of photos titled ‘Shelter Dogs Uncaged’, Beth is helping people see the true personalities of shelter dogs. They’re out of the shelter, out …