CASE Art Fund’s mission is to raise awareness about children's human rights through the support and exhibition of photography. We firmly believe every child has the right to a safe environment and an education, regardless of race, class, or creed. CASE  is a nonprofit based in Chicago and Oslo.

CASE's vision is to be at the forefront of presenting photographs that inspire and create a positive impact on social awareness, human rights, and children's education. Photographic projects are exhibited in nontraditional ways including outdoor exhibits, art festivals, art fairs, and other cultural venues. 

​CASE works with local and international organizations to help effect change. This commitment is long-term and serves as the backbone for all projects that are funded. Our objectives are:

Identify current children's humanitarian issues.


Establish a global network of partners 


Fund and support photographers through exhibitions, panel discussions, artist talks, and international outreach.


Present photographic projects in multiple cities [including the place where the photographs were taken], through exhibitions, social platforms, festivals and printed matter.


Host artist lectures/symposiums and other public programs to encourage audience discussion.


Establish a mentorship program for photographers seeking input from curators, gallerists, educators and other specialists.

Build a collection of limited-editioned photographs available for purchase only through CASE to help fund humanitarian issues.

Solidify CASE as the leading art fund for socially aware photographers who have a long-standing commitment to fighting humanitarian injustice.

CASE serves as an online hub for

photographic projects that tackle humanitarian issues