How it works

For every photo you donate, Johnson & Johnson gives $1 US to FHI 360. That $1 US helps provide a college scholarship to a Bridge to Employment high school student in Kenya upon graduation, helping them start a career in health. It takes 750 photos to provide 1 college scholarship to a student in need.


FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. The FHI 360 staff includes experts in health, education, youth development, environment, economic development, civil society, gender equality, research, technology, communication and social marketing — creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 70 countries and all U.S. states and territories.

Partnering with Johnson & Johnson’s Bridge to Employment (BTE) program, FHI 360 is working in more than 65 communities worldwide to help prepare the world’s youth for a brighter future. Through academic enrichment activities, career readiness and exploration opportunities, and higher education preparation, BTE inspires young people (14-18 year olds) from disadvantaged communities to stay in school, excel academically, and elevate their career aspirations. BTE students get exposed to various careers in the healthcare industry and are motivated to pursue higher levels of academic progress and take the steps necessary to build a better future and achieve their full potential.

The BTE program in Kenya involves over 80 employee and college student volunteers supporting 25 girls and 25 boys from two boarding schools.  They are focusing on community service, academics, career exploration, and higher education preparation. 

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You can donate a photo to one cause, once a day. For every photo donated to FHI 360, Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc. has donated $1 to that cause. Photo donations to FHI 360 ended January 31, 2015. FHI 360 will receive a minimum of $10,000.