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@PHOTOG_MW I of­fer my pho­tog­ra­phy for free to small char­i­ta­ble or­gan­i­sa­tions. If it was a big char­ity, I’d charge my usual fees.

PAUL WADE I do ev­ery so of­ten, de­pend­ing on the client and the job. But as soon as some­one ut­ters the words ‘great ex­po­sure’, I’m out.

@OBLADEELTD We of­fer lo­gos for free to small charities. It’s our way to give back, and hope­fully will help them progress.

MARK AS­TLE The best thing to do is go for a meet­ing at their of­fices. See how big and swanky they are, and how many em­ploy­ees they have. Then de­cide if they re­ally need you to do free work.

@JULIE_MEAD Once a quar­ter. Char­ity work can help build a di­verse port­fo­lio and draw ex­tra at­ten­tion to your abil­i­ties. Be choosy, though.

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