Campaign Ended! The campaign ended on February, 25 2017
Charity Community Development
A one-of-its-kind fundraising photography exhibition on 26/11 by Prashant Godbole.
Browse through the photographs of the 26/11 survivors on www.Shatterednotbroken.in and buy them to donate towards the families of martyrs of Uri attacks
Select from any of the photographs on the website www.Shatterednotbroken.in, claim them against your donation in the rewards section and we will deliver the same to you within 26 days. You can confirm your choice of photograph(s) by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to purchase more than 1 frame, kindly donate in multiples of the reward amount.
We regret to inform you that we will not be able to undertake overseas delivery.
About the fundraiser
The world is fighting a new battle against terrorism every day. Whether it’s 9/11 or the Paris attacks, 26/11 or the recent Uri attacks, it is not the responsibility of the world leaders, diplomats, prime ministers, armies and police alone to fight this battle. We, as nations and global citizens, must take a firm stance against it too. Even if they aim bullets, grenades or the destructive nuclear weapons at us, we must stick to our resolve of a better world, of a world full of peace and love.
The point here is that we may often get SHATTERED due to such attacks on humanity, but we have to show the world that our solidarity is NOT BROKEN. And it will never be.
To convey this metaphorically, this year, two creative agencies of India, Scarecrow Communications and ideas@work hosted a one-of-its-kind FUNDRAISING photography exhibition #ShatteredNotBroken – A stance against terrorism. The photographs were captured by ace photographer Prashant Godbole (Founder, ideas@work). And they were uniquely framed with glass shattered by bullets and shrapnel. The subjects of the exhibits were real people who were directly or indirectly affected by the 26/11 attacks. People like the owners of Leopold Cafe, the announcer at CST station, the lady who lost her family, the cop who caught Kasab and so on and so forth.
The exhibition was held at the Scarecrow Art Gallery in Fort, Mumbai.
Whether it’s the loss of a home, limb or a loved one, terrorism changes lives forever. We want to show the world that we may be shattered by these attacks, but our humanity and solidarity is not broken.
Our aim through this fundraising initiative is to restore some of the peace and happiness, that the victims have lost out on.
Utilization of funds
Our brave soldiers have lost their lives in the process of defending our country and safeguarding our lives. It becomes our sacred duty to help their families. Although, there's no way in which we can minimize the loss of the families who lost their sons in the attacks, we can at least try to make it easier for them to pick up the pieces by supporting them in any little way that we can. So all the donations that are made will be given to their families, victims and martyrs of the recent Uri attacks.
A chance to make a difference to the lives of victims and families of martyrs in the Uri attacks. Here are a few ways you can support the cause:
Scarecrow Art Gallery, 3rd Floor, Bilquees Mansion, Dr Dadabhai Naoroji Rd, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001.
On 26/11 we will upload a link by which you can add a #ShatteredNotBroken filter to your profile pic and encourage your friends and followers to join in too.
Share, support and express yourself with #ShatteredNotBroken or talk about the cause and spread the word on other social platforms.
About the Rewards:
Select from any of the photographs on the website www.Shatterednotbroken.in and we will deliver the same to you within 26 days. You can confirm your choice of photograph(s) by writing to us at email@example.com.
If you wish to purchase more than 1 frame, kindly donate in multiples of the reward amount
For overseas’ delivery of artworks, write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Let Us All Try to Show Our Support for the Families of the Brave People That Lost Their Lives While Guarding Ours.