How you can help...

“Even if you can’t give back realistically, you can still give ten minutes of your day to talk to someone. Your ‘do something for nothing’ might be different than mine. It might not be working with the homeless. It’s about using your skills or time to make others smile in your community. We have to use something as powerful as social media for good where we can. We can change things. It starts small, then builds.” Joshua Coombes

Whenever you do or witness an act of kindness, spread the love and compassion by posting about it and using the hashtag #Dosomethingfornothing

Download the book and support the project

You can support Josh by downloading this ebook. Donations of any amount will help him continue his important work and bring smiles and hope to homeless people around the world.

The stories and the photographs were captured on the streets of NYC in September 2017 when Josh and I first worked together as a team.

"Great book with wonderful images! And what an incredible project! I got the book! Thank you for letting me contribute!" ~ Francisco E.

"Helping people look better and boosting their self-esteem is what this e-book is about. Two people donating their talents; photography and hair dressing. Touched my heart." Michael Staubes



Limited edition camera bag fundraiser

If you are a photographer or want to make one very happy, purchase a Valérie Jardin Limited Edition Streetomatic camera bag by Cosyspeed. There are 200 of them and, because #DoSomethingForNothing touched my heart, Cosyspeed and I chose to donate the proceeds to the project. $25 for each bag sold will go directly to help support Josh and his work.

It's win-win: You help a wonderful cause and you get to keep the best looking hip/sling camera bag ever made in a trendy 'New York Gray' fabric!

Details and orders in the US and Canada orders: Click here 

Details and orders in the EU: Click here

Details and orders in the rest of the world: Click here




Go to this link to learn more about the project. And, of course, don't forget to follow Joshua Coombes and #DoSomethingForNothing on Instagram.