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Fotokids sells unframed prints of any of the students photographs for $150. The students receive 40% of the profits from print sales. You can order any of the prints on the website or those you have seen published elsewhere. The 11”x14” photographs in either B&W or color are sold unframed for $150.00

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For a donation of $1,000 or more we give our award winning out of print book, Out of The Dump produced by the children in 1996. All proceeds from sales of books and cards go to support the school in Guatemala City and its various satellite projects.

Our Award Winning Book  Out of the Dump Writings and Photographs by Children from Guatemala

published by Lothrop, Lee, & Shepard 1996

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Out of the Dump: Writings and Photographs by Children from Guatemala (Franklin/McGirr, 1996) now out of print and a collectors item, is available exclusively from Fotokids. The book contains photos and writings from the first five years of the project, and is appropriate for both children and adults. $25 US plus $5 Shipping

You can preview this book at blurb.com

 

Our New Book: To Capture Dreams 20 years Fotokids

This book captures not only the Children’s dreams but the last 20 years of Fotokids and the projects we have created.

We Sell it for $30! plus $5 S/H

book to capture dreams

You can preview this book at blurb.com

 

Cards

These notecards (blank inside) feature some of the original photographs produced by the students, and cost $8.00 plus $3.00 S/H for a set of five different cards.

Also for sale are Christmas cards, with a photograph of student Rosario López taken by project founder Nancy McGirr. The cost for a set of five identical cards is $8.00 plus $3.00 S/H. (2 or more sets, same price for S/H

Christmas Ornaments

These Christmas ornaments are made by our students in Santiago Atitlán. Like the bracelets, 10% of the proceeds from ornament sales go to the students’ scholarship fund, and the rest 
is distributed among the families.

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