last chance to help raise Funds for Domestic Abuse Charity Refuge

Last Chance to Support Incredible Photographic Print Sale Raising Funds for Domestic Abuse Charity Refuge, a charity working to support women and children who are affected by domestic abuse and are at increasing risk during the Covid-19 lockdown period. 

So far, this highly-anticipated and successful print sale has raised over £30k, and will end at midnight tomorrow, the 13th of May.

The prints have been donated by a brilliant network of 102 emerging, represented, commercial and award-winning photographers across the UK photographic community, including world-renowned Ian Howorth and Catherin Hyland and highly-recognised and respected industry professionals such as Sophie Ebrard, Polly Penrose, Sarah M Lee, Simon Roberts, Dougie Wallace and Nick Meek.

It has emerged that at least 16 suspected domestic abuse killings in the UK have been identified by campaigners since the Covid-19 restrictions were imposed, far higher than the average rate for the time of year.

The initiative, The Print Assembly  founded by ever-passionate Kim Pappas and Emma Hayes of the innovative photographic agency Process  has been selling an unprecedented collection of exceptional contemporary images that will become prized possessions for their new owners, adding to their homes the finest-quality art and granting each buyer the added joy of knowing its purchase has helped those in most desperate need.

Each image is available for sale as a non-edition A3 print on  where they can be purchased for £50, having been beautifully printed by MPrint  leading printing specialists in London. Offering such phenomenal, high-quality work at this affordable price, the initiative presents a rare yet inclusive opportunity to own prints by some of the industry’s greatest photographers. Prints that are made even more valuable by the cause they represent, with all profits going to Refuge.

This print sale is a unique opportunity to help the most at-risk people in our communities, and is not to be missed.

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