Buy an iPhone case and build a library in Peru

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One of six in the Living Heart Case Collection.
Photo: IllusionPhotograph.com

You get varying degrees of style and durability in every iPhone case. But purchase a case from IllusionPhotograph and you could help build a library in Peru.

The kids who will benefit from that library, along with medical supplies and educational tools, are doing their part by making artwork for a line of iPhone cases called the Living Heart Case Collection.

There are six Living Heart wallet cases in the collection, each with a different child’s artwork and constructed with an environmentally friendly leather-like material and RFID protection.

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The pencil drawing from a child in Peru on the right was transformed into a bright iPhone case by IllusionPhotogram.com
Photo: IllusionPhotograph.com

IllusionPhotograph.com makes snap and wallet cases for iPhones of all models. The brand is known for a style that comes from well-curated art and photographs that give its cases a vintage vibe.

Buy any case on the website for $29.99 and the brand will donate $5 from each purchase. IllusionPhotographs wants to raise $150,000 by the end of the year.

The money will go to Living Heart Peru, a non-profit charity that spearheads agriculture, health and education initiatives in remote, impoverished communities in Peru’s Sacred Valley.

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A scene from the Sacred Valley in Peru.
Photo: IllusionPhotograph.com

The Peru project started when IllusionPhotograph.com founder Beatrice Pitocco began looking for ways to help a charity three years ago as a way of dealing with a series of hardships in her life.

“The only way out of my impending depression was through selflessness and through not thinking about my own self,” Pitocco said. “After some research on non-government funded organizations, I found Living Heart Peru and after a brief conversation with the director, I made it my mission to try and figure out a way to impact the lives of the children the charity supported.”