Whether you’ve always wanted a master like Juergen Teller‘s print to hang in your home, or you’d like an opportunity to support a rising fashion photographer’s work, you can do both through a new initiative called Photographs for the Trussell Trust. Through this effort, coordinated by stylist Bianca Raggi, photographer Alexandra Leese, and graphic designer Simon Rogers, work from England and UK-based photographers including Jack Davison, Alice Mann, Lily Cole, and more will be for sale. Each 11 x 8 inch print costs 100 pounds, or about $125, and all of the proceeds will go toward the Trussell Trust, a British organization that supports a network of food banks throughout the nation. During the coronavirus pandemic, the Trussell Trust has ramped up activity, keeping the doors to its food banks open to address an influx of people who may have lost their jobs or had their salaries slashed. Similar initiatives, like 100 Fotographi per Bergamo in Italy and Pictures for Elmhurst in New York, have raised €727,600 and $1,380,000 respectively. Prints—including a self-portrait done by a shirtless Teller—will be for sale through May 7.Prints—including a self-portrait done by a shirtless Teller—will be for sale through May 7.