Cafe Art, a UK-based social initiative that allows the homeless to express themselves through art and photography, gave 100 Fujifilm disposable cameras to the homeless in London. They were then offered some basic training by the Royal Photographic Society, and told to bring back photos of "their London"- how they saw the city they live in.
The results were stunning. Thousands of beautiful photos were developed, and a panel of judges from Fujifilm, Amateur Photographer, the London Photo Festival, Christie’s, and Homeless Link chose the best ones. There is even a Kickstarter project that's raising money to print some of the winning shots for a 2016 calendar.