Community Links and the Nova Scotia Centre on Aging invites photo submissions

Many older Nova Scotians are living vibrant, active lives and are engaged in their communities. This project aims to collect photos that help tell this story, change how older Nova Scotians are viewed and recognize important contributions made to family and community. The project invites photos that reflect the diversity of communities and of older Nova Scotians.


The photographers:
Anyone is welcome to submit photos.

Photos of interest: Photos should be of people and settings in Nova Scotia that show older Nova Scotians engaged in community, family and workplace. Of particular interest are photos of older Nova Scotians:

-participating in activities that promote active living/ healthy aging;

– interacting with/teaching others of same or different generations;

– supporting/helping others, including their peers, with activities of daily living (e.g., transportation, meals, shopping);

– working in an employment or volunteer setting;

– celebrating their cultural, historical, or spiritual practices;

– demonstrating/expressing their creativity

Intended use of photos: Non-commercial use of photos to include, but not limited to: website, calendar, social media, newsletter, displays, photobook, presentations, and brochures.

Photo specifications: Digital photos taken with a camera, phone, tablet, or other device. Images should be in the highest resolution possible and preferably submitted in jpg format. People in the photo as well as the photographer must sign a release form, unless taken in a public space.

Submit Photos: Please click here to submit photos.

Photo Release form: Please fill out and sign the Photo Release Form and submit it here.

Or, go to the community Link website to submit your photos

Submission deadline:

We welcome photos to be submitted on an ongoing basis but for use of the photos in Fall 2022, deadline to submit photos:

September 6, 2022

Your name will be entered into a draw for one of five $50 gift cards.


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Project Partner:

Community Links