I am late in announcing this, and you've likely seen it on other photography blogs, but it bears repeating.
Photojournalist Stephanie Sinclair has organized a project called Operation Azra, a benefit to help a young Pakistani woman named Azra, and other women like her who have been victims of acid attacks. Here's some info from the site:
World-renowned photojournalists are donating their favorite images, signed and printed, to raise money for female victims of acid burning and to raise awareness about a fate inflicted on many women in Pakistan. Marked with dishonor, their harsh disfigurement often forces them to live in the shadows of every-day life--excluded by family and society.
There's a benefit tonight at the The Bubble Lounge, which I'm going to try to make it to. Prints donated by Jim Nachtwey, John Stanmeyer and Jan Grarup will be sold via a silent auction during tonight's event.
If you're not in the city, or can't make it tonight, there's also an online auction of 20 prints that runs through July 1.