The Peoples of the World Foundation

Education for and about Indigenous Peoples

Our funding model is different from most non-profit organizations. Most of our funding comes from direct donations from people like you and 100% of your donation is used to fund indigenous education because our directors cover all our administrative costs.

We reward our donors with limited-edition, fine art photograpy. Each of our images is limited to a maximum worldwide distribution of 500 copies, making them valuable collector's items. The prints are produced using professional, state-of-the-art technology, with 6,400 dpi wet scans of professional 35mm slide film stock, Epson premium glossy photographic paper, an Epson Stylus Photo R1800 printer and 8-color Ultrachrome Hi-gloss inks that won't show signs of fading for up to 200 years. What better way to pass on your legacy of charitable giving to your children, grand-children and their grand-children?

Each print is accompanied by an original, signed (by the photographer) and individually-numbered certificate of authenticity, carrying our logo and embossed with our seal. You will also receive a tax-deductible (to the extent applicable by law) receipt equal to your donation amount.

As you browse through our indigenous peoples section, simply click on any photo. If a limited-edition print is still available a larger version will appear, then you can complete our simple donation form, view a copy of the certificate of authenticity and pledge your donation. Prints are limited to one copy of each image per person, but you may receive a limited-edition print of any number of different images.


The Peoples of the World Foundation is a non-profit organization registered in the United States under Internal Revenue Service code 501(c)(3).

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