JAMES RAMOS

HOPE FOR BEIRUT

Howdy all!

I’m selling a limited run series of 8x8 photo prints!  

All proceeds benefit The Philos Project’s Aid for Beirut campaign, which is working to help rebuild homes and businesses that were destroyed by the explosion in Beirut on August 4th. We are also supporting aid distribution on the ground and taking on special individual cases.

Printing and shipping fees are also included, however, I can only ship to the U.S. right now! Sorry friends!

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Hope for Beirut

The digital photography featured in this series, which I’m calling ‘Hope for Beirut,’ come from my time in Israel and Jordan in the Holy Land. 

I'm excited to collaborate with Ivor Karabatkovic of the Nashville-based Birdie Prints for this limited print release.

Would you buy a print (or two or three or four)? The purchases directly support relief efforts in Beirut after the destructive port explosion. Or, if you could, please share this message with your communities.

Muchas gracias for reading, and I’ll be sharing more in the coming days. But for now, the store is open! Take a look and please be sure to share this with others. Art for everyone! 

PS. Hat tip to Mat Rick for inspiring me to do my own campaign following his #20x20 effort in 2018, which supported family reunification. I’m pretty much stealing his idea. Bigger hat tip. Basically hat’s off now. Thanks Mat! 

What is the Philos Project?

The Philos Project is a dynamic leadership community dedicated to promoting positive Christian engagement in the Middle East. This community is centered on a growing network of city-based chapters located in North America and around the world.

Philos equips a new generation of Western Christians to support friends in the region who share the vision for pluralism. Educational resources, immersive travel programs, and networking and advocacy opportunities help Christian leaders understand and engage with important Middle East issues and support innovative projects that help advance liberty and justice on the ground.

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