Heal The World - THE PORTFOLIO OF JERRY WISHNER

THE PORTFOLIO OF JERRY WISHNER THE PORTFOLIO OF JERRY WISHNER

Heal The World

Now that you have read the about Jerry section you know that my pictures are not for sale.
That being said, I have been amazed at the interest folks have expressed in my photography.
Wait, you haven’t read the about Jerry section?? Really?? Click the back arrow in your browser and click on the “About” tab to learn about Jerry. It’s right next to the tab you clicked for this page. Frankly, I can’t believe you missed it! Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Your back. Where were we? Oh yeah, how amazed I am at the interest in my photography. So here is the new deal. If you would like a print of any of my work, all you need to do is make a donation to charity and prepare a spot on your wall, desk, shelf etc. for your Jerry Wishner original.

The Charity
The charity I am focusing on currently is Beyond the Epicenter. Founded shortly after the earthquake of 2015 which devastated Nepal, we have rebuilt 12 schools to date and continue to support educational and health care projects. As a 501c3 charity, a tax receipt will be provided. You can learn more about the work at beyondtheepinter.com.

The Details
There are always details. Once you have selected the picture you would like, click the “Contact” tab and send me a message. The “Contact” tab is right next to the tab you clicked to get to this page. I know this may sound confusing since these are the same instructions I provided to go to the about Jerry page but if you look carefully it is on the other side of the tab. Worst case scenario you end up back at the about Jerry page and learn more about me, which can only be a good thing! Once you find the contact page, let me know which picture you are interested in. We can discuss what media to print it on and discuss the charity. Remember, you are donating money to help children so think generously.

Summary
In a nut shell.
Select the picture you like.
Make a tax deductible donation to help children.
Receive a gift from me as a token of my appreciation.

Hmm, maybe it was never about Jerry after all.


Maybe…


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