Donate A Photo App And A Johnson & Johnson Giveaway!

I want to tell you about one of the coolest apps that I’ve found in awhile…it’s Johnson & Johnson’s new Donate A Photo App.

This post on making a difference in the world through your own photography is brought to you by Johnson & Johnson and The Motherhood, who sent me a box of products and compensated me for my time. Opinions, experiences and photos shared here are all my own, and I hope you enjoy them.


I take a lot of pictures on my iPhone…A LOT. I share them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as texting them to family and friends. I share photos that make me laugh, happy, drive me nuts, and a variety of other reasons. They help me stay connected with people that are important to me.

What if sharing a photo could actually help you give money to a cause of your choice? That’s exactly what Johnson & Johnson’s new Donate A Photo App does.

Donate a Photo App

donate_a_photo3 The Donate A Photo App by Johnson & Johnson allows you to share photos that you take, and then they donate $1* for every image that is shared. The app was just launched last week, and there are three great charities that you can choose to receive your dollar:

  • Save the Children
  • Safe Kids Worldwide
  • Keep America Beautiful

Want to know more? This video shows you exactly how the app works:

It was simple to sign up. I downloaded the app, entered my email address, picked a username and password and then shared this photo:


Fun, right? I love that you can share a photo once a day – it’s an easy way to support a cause that’s close to your heart. And when you share your photos, make sure to head over to Donate A Photo and check out the photos that have been shared…there are some good ones (and it’s fun to see your own on there too!)

If you don’t have an iPhone, no problem. Just visit to find out how to download the free Donate a Photo app and register to get started, then choose a cause, upload a photo and share it on Facebook and Twitter to show the actions and impact to friends and followers and encourage them to get involved in helping the causes, too.

Now head over to download the Donate A Photo App and start sharing photos! Then head over to and register to save on J&J products. You can save $50 or more on products you use everyday like Band-Aid, Listerine, Neosporin, Neutrogena, Aveeno, Visine, and more.

April is the perfect time for families to do some spring cleaning, taking stock of their medicine cabinets, checking expiration dates and refilling the basic necessities they know they’ll need this season. That’s why I’m also excited to be hosting a J&J giveaway! If the brand names I mentioned above are staples in your house like they are mine, you want to enter this giveaway! Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Johnson & Johnson has curated a list of trusted causes, and you can donate a photo to one cause, once a day. Each cause will appear in the app until it reaches its goal, or the donation period ends. If the goal isn’t reached, the cause will still get a minimum donation.


  1. latanya says:
    I think that is a great way to get a lot of people involved and have fun with it
  2. KathY S says:
    Great idea. People love to share photos.
  3. They're going to get a lot of pictures of Hank's ass, not sure that is what they had in mind :) Poppy recently posted..Gift Basket Giveaway – up to $100.00 ValueMy Profile
  4. Great idea for those who like to share pics
  5. I like that a charity receives $1 for each picture shared. I think it would be a fun way to help a charity.
  6. I've been doing this. It is super easy, and it feels nice. Jennifer recently posted..Facing the MusicMy Profile
  7. D SCHMIDT says:
    I think it is a nice idea, my only concern is about putting pictures of my children out into the internet world. I know that sounds negative but I am just very protective of my children.
  8. Amanda Hoffman says:
    very thoughtful idea. i see someone says they dont like putting their pics of kids online maybe they can use a friends that already shares online? maybe they should have like or a pet option?
  9. It seems like a really good idea.
  10. Jessie C. says:
    I love the idea, I'd like to donate to Keep America Beautiful
  11. Jamie Brigham says:
    I love the app. I am so happy to find places that donate money if someone does something, it really makes it easy for those of us without any spare cash.