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Help Replace Stolen Camera Equipment

Many thanks to all of you who have reacted so supportive when my complete camera gear got stolen last month.

Unfortunately, the insurance has refused to cover all expenses as no evidence of forced entry into my flat was visible.

  

Now I'm asking for your support, even though this sort of fundraising is a bit awkward for me:

A lot of the effort I do comes via my passion of helping others, raising awareness of global health issues, so when something like this happens, the social capital is sometimes not there.  I understand this completely, and I hope that you don't feel put upon. If you do, I apologize, and I remind you that you are under no obligation.    


While I am aiming to continuously documenting towards important social welfare concerns, as I want to fulfil my personal mission to bring awareness of pressing humanitarian issues I need to replace my camera and equipment.


However for a freelancer, it is an incredibly expensive task. So I am asking you, if you believe this kind of work is important, please contribute so I can get the necessary camera and equipment to continue to tell as many of these stories as possible.

Please donate to help document the dignity of our universal connection.

  

I am asking for your help to cover the cost of replacing my equipment. Even a few Euros/Francs/Dollars will go along way towards getting back on my feet and back into the passion I love: photography and helping others!


If you do donate, know that you have my deepest gratitude. Thank you!

Martin



Links to the fundraiser: www.youcaring.com/HelpReplaceStolenCameraEquipment


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Martin Vogt's body of work spans vanishing cultures, ancient traditions and contemporary culture alike – yet always retains a human and nature element.