Billy Barraclough is holding a fundraising print sale to support non-governmental organisations working to rebuild Beirut.
Following the massive explosion on August 4, much of the city has been destroyed.
Those that survived the blast are heartbroken having to take to the streets to demand justice and rebuild their city.
Photographer Barraclough spent two years in Beirut from 2016 to 2018.
He is selling prints from his series I Trust In God to support the rebuilding efforts with 100 per cent of the profits going to NGOs.
Two projects will benefit from the sale – Unite Lebanon Youth Project (ULYP) and Impact Lebanon.
ULYP supports the most vulnerable children and women living in Lebanon and has launched the ULYP Lebanon Emergency Appeal.
Money donated will help rebuild damaged areas of the capital and provide support to shattered communities and destroyed schools.
Impact Lebanon is supporting with disaster relief in and around Beirut, distributing funds and providing assistance to NGOs working to rebuild.
Spectrum Photographic is producing the prints on 12″ x 12″ Fuji Crystal Archive Matte Paper.
Each print is an edition of 15.
For more information, or to contact Barraclough directly to place an order, click here.