The Bonfire is our monthly free newsletter. It is our primary channel to stay in touch with the community of travelers, photographers, customers, collectors, organizations, and friends who want to be part of the Ayzoh! World project.
In addition to news and anticipations about participatory projects, travels, and workshops you could participate in ― in The Bonfire, we share photo essays and reportages, as well as images and words that aim to add fragments of beauty, fortitude, and awareness into your life.
The Bonfire is also a quarterly magazine ― free for all subscribers ― committed to sharing the stories of individuals and communities through iconic images married to inspirational words written by artists, humanists, scientists, and changemakers of all times (famous, emerging, or totally unknown) as well as through reportages, photo essays, and researches.
We know: for that purpose, perhaps, we could make better use of our social networks ― Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter ― but we have never been seduced by them, and we have never put them at the heart of our relationships.
So, instead of using resources and energy to stay in someone else’s playground, we preferred to create our own. This way, no one is the gatekeeper of the conversations that take place between you and us.
Don’t worry: we are not that kind of marketers shouting their wares or “hustle and grind” messages at you every five minutes.
We will protect your privacy and inbox: no-nonsense, no spam, no annoying advertising, no dull marketing strategies or “limited time” offers (and, of course, you can unsubscribe anytime).
We will never treat you like eyeballs for ads or clicks to count. We treat you like our pals because you choose to stay with us, and there are literally thousands of (seemingly) similar projects out there. You are choosing ours, taking a stand, and aligning yourself with our mission and values.
You help us protecting things and the values that we cherish most. You deserve all our respect and gratitude for becoming a highly valued member of our community and a social impact supporter.