Announcing The Vital Impacts Student Speaker Series
We are thrilled to introduce the Vital Impacts Student Speaker Series, a program developed in partnership with Changemaker Talent, to ignite a passion for environmental stewardship among students across North America.
We have an extraordinary lineup of ten environmentalists, scientists, storytellers, and photographers who are ready to take you on an unforgettable adventure. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to host a speaker in your community.
Grants and Mentorships
We are thrilled to announce the winners of the Vital Impacts Environmental Photography Grants: Musuk Nolte of Mexico and Peru and Tailyr Irvine of the Salish and Kootenai tribes in western Montana.
We have also selected 50 applicants to be a part of a 1-on-1 mentorship program and we have invited every applicant to be a part of our monthly mentorship speaker series.
Vital Impacts is deeply committed to actively seek ways to foster and support the next generation of photographers and humanitarians. We work not only to illustrate personal stories about individuals who, against all odds, are making profound changes in their communities and the world but also to create opportunities for the individuals making the impacts.
Ticket sales benefit Ol Pejeta Conservancy who care for the last two northern white rhinos on the planet.
Vital Impacts in the Media
Our campaigns capture people's hearts and minds and turn their attention to nature and our ties to it. We have been featured in media globally and have had a social reach of more than 500 million individuals.
...buy incredible artwork and support a great cause.
I'm so delighted that our friends at Vital Impacts have launched their latest photo print sales. I was really excited to see that that photo of me looking out at the valley at Gombe was chosen... I love that picture.
There is something for everyone and our hope is that these prints will inspire people to believe in and work toward a better world.
The bigger picture is, what a great way for people to donate to great causes and get something back at the same time. And, the photographers benefit as well. It gives them a chance to use that money to do the next project.
When it comes to nature photography, few do it better than National Geographic photographers. Now you can buy a print of some of their photographs — and it's for a good cause.
No-one can do everything but everyone can do something and I am proud to play a small part in helping look after the world around us and its beautiful inhabitants.
A Note of Gratitude
All images on the Vital Impacts website are the original creation of our photographers. No Artificial Intelligence was used to create these images. We believe in the importance of authenticity and AI will never be used or accepted through Vital Impacts Print Sales or as part of our grants and mentorship program.