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The Jimmy Nelson Foundation shares the wealth of a culturally diverse world. We fund cultural projects that celebrate, fortify and educate about our world’s cultures.

 

By making a contribution you are fostering an appreciation for cultural diversity and help to connect people from different cultures to learn from each other’s knowledge.

 

We need your involvement. You can join Jimmy today. By donating or becoming a Friend of the Jimmy Nelson Foundation, you enable our projects.

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With the funds we receive we realize ideas and dreams by funding projects people submit to the Jimmy Nelson Foundation.

 

Exemplary projects we are making possible are installations of indigenous wall art in cities around the world and the photographic research of a British-South African photographer into the daily life of her Limpopo family.

 

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  • Indigenous Mural Art by the Misak Misak in Bogota As They Pass By – Walls of Connection  The Jimmy Nelson Foundation and MasterPeace bundled their forces in an exciting mural art project this summer, which takes place throughout several Latino-American cities. Together with the indigenous Misa...

  • Overcoming obstacles of mis-representation & respecting the Sacred   Lumbee Tribe: Portrait of a Nation The Jimmy Nelson Foundation is excited about the arrival of its newest project “Lumbee Tribe: Portrait of a Nation’. Being part of the foundation’s “Celebrate Culture” call, this photogr...

  • Giya Makondo-Wills, whose photography project was the first to be backed by the Jimmy Nelson Foundation won the third prize in the international IAFOR Documentary Photography Award Competition! The Jimmy Nelson Foundation incredibly proud of Giya Makondo-Wills, who visited our office in Amsterdam ye...

  • Transforming a wall into a conversation piece: indigenous wall art in ‘As They Pass By – Walls of Connection’   Did you know that 50% of the world’s indigenous people live in urban areas? In these cities it is hard for indigenous groups to maintain their cultural practices and honour thei...


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