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Gallery at Home has teamed up with Shutter Hub to create an exhibition of photography called HOME, in support of homelessness charities across the UK. We are asking photographers to donate images that Shutter Hub can print and sell to raise money for the charities, and help more people get the chance to know what home really feels like.

Home can be found in a person, or a memory. Scars and skin, pin boards of photographs with frayed edges. Freckled noses, specks of dust in the light, long dark shadows and perspectives. Home can be anything, anywhere.

What does home mean to you?

Most of us are lucky enough to be able to answer that question, but for some people it’s not so easy. We want to create a multifarious exhibition on the theme of HOME, and we are inviting photographers to share their images in order to raise funds for Crisis, Shelter Cymru and Toiletries Amnesty.

Crisis is the UK charity for homeless people. We are committed to ending homelessness. Every day we see the devastating impact homelessness has on people’s lives. Every year we work side by side with thousands of homeless people, to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good. Through our pioneering research into the causes and consequences of homelessness and the solutions to it, we know what it will take to end it.

Shelter Cymru is the people and homes charity in Wales; we believe that everyone in Wales has the right to a decent, secure home. In the midst of the current housing crisis, we work with people facing the trauma of homelessness by offering free, independent advice and legal support, and we tackle homelessness at its root cause through our campaigning work, bringing about change to housing legislation, policies and practices.

Toiletries Amnesty works, across the UK and abroad, supporting homeless shelters and hostels, women and children’s refuges, mental health services, food banks, and other organisations to alleviate hygiene poverty.

We have brought together over 200 images and from 80 photographers from around the world, transforming Gallery at Home into their vision of HOME.