Bustamante Hospital for Children in Kingston, Jamaica, serves more than 70,000 sick children each year. As the only specialist children’s hospital in the English-speaking Caribbean, itsneeds are great and their resources are limited. New equipment, upgraded facilities and additional wings to the hospital are desperately needed to help save the lives of little angels.
Jamaican nonprofit Operation Angels Rise (OAR) answered the call to make a difference and isholding a series of fundraisers for the Shaggy Make A Difference Foundation which is working to fill some of these needs. OAR needed to put a face on the cause and turned to Design for Social GOOD and our team of renowned photographers to do just that.
Photographer Jeffery Salter flew to Jamaica, spending two days documenting hospital staff and patients and came back with hundreds of poignant images. Connecting a nonprofit with supporters, donors and advocates is essential to its succes,s and OAR chose one of the best to highlight its cause.
Jeffery’s work has appeared in many editorial magazines, such as Men’s Journal, Rolling Stone, Reader’s Digest and Fortune. His fine art photography has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Smithsonian, and the Corcoran Museum. A World Press award winner, he has also received honors from Pictures of the Year and the Communication Art Annual. Jeffery is a former Sports Illustrated staff photographer.
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