Photographs from the 2022 Sale for Humanitarian Aid

In March, 2022 Vital Impacts partnered with the photographers of National Geographic photographers to launch a flash print sale. 100% of the profits were donated to Direct Relief who allocated these funds to the regions in the world in most need of humanitarian aid. They are on the ground now in Ukraine now to provide medical aid to people affected by the war. This sale ended May 10, 2022. 

If you are interested in purchasing one of the prints below, please reach out to the photographer directly, or send us an email and we can help connect you.

Canson Infinity

Canson is commited to creating a better world for coming generations. Canson paper mills are certified for their low emissions of fossil CO2 into the atmosphere.

They have an ISO 14001 environmental certification, and take particular care to preserve water by moving treated water through a high-performance, eco-friendly purification station and by progressively decreasing the amount of water used.

Paper & Ink Studio

Our domestic printer,Paper and Ink Studiobased in Missoula, Montana, is fully carbon neutral. It offsets all carbon emissions it produces and is striving to become carbon negative. It partners with One Tree Planted to plant a tree with every order printed and uses only sustainable packaging materials that are carefully designed to reduce their size and weight to help offset their environmental impact with shipping.

The Print Space

Our international printer, The Print Space, with locations in London and Dusseldorf, is fully-audited, gold standard, 100% carbon neutral entity. They offset all emissions due to deliveries, energy usage, cloud storage and staff communites by investing in renewable energy projects. 

Additionally, from recycled packaging to biodegradable bubble warp, all materials used in their printing and shipping process have been carefully selected to reduce environmental impact.


Our website is build usingShopify, an ecommerce solution which is 100% carbon neutral and boasts a $5 million annual sustainability campaign investing in the most promising solutions to fight climate change.