This project challenges the commoditised structure that connects NGOs, beneficiaries, and donors. In their campaigns, NGOs present photos and biographies of beneficiaries in an interface that resembles purchasing a commodity. The emotive representation of beneficiaries in these donation campaigns, especially when they are children, is problematic the children want to look their best for the campaign photographs, but NGOs want the children to look desperate in order to attract donations. This format offers extremely narrow expressions of the potential modes of virtual encounters that might be supported through reconsidered interfaces. There are issues of children's rights and dignity here, and in fact, what is a humanitarian? 'The Very Humanitarian' fictional agency is designed to expose issues around humanitarian NGOs' pattern of using images of children that perpetuate stereotypes through speculative critique and exaggerated scenarios.