The Warehouse Project Final Season At Store Street - Charity Prints by Photographer Rob Jones
Rob Jones is raising money for Manchester based charity Coffee4Craig through selling prints of his favourite photographs taken at The Warehouse Project's final season at Store Street, Manchester. Homelessness in Manchester (and many other places in the UK) is a crisis which must be acted upon immediately.
Coffee4Craig has grown from a small outreach service and soup kitchen to a source of seven-day-a-week support for rough sleepers and vulnerable people across Manchester. Coffee4Craig provides an out of hours support service to persons who are homeless, in poverty and/or vulnerable. Coffee4Craig creates a safe space, indoors, for those individuals experiencing homelessness and street homelessness. Coffee4Craig utilises partnership working to provide support for persons regaining their life through skill swaps and workshops. Coffee4Craig offers a food bank for families experiencing food poverty.
Manchester based printing company Klein Imaging will print each photograph on Gloss Art Fibre 300GSM paper. There are several limited edition numbered prints still available, after which all prints will be sold as un-numbered open editions.