Usually, the amazing feeling you get when you donate to a cause you care about is enough reason to do it. But if that cause you care about just happens to be hosting an auction featuring items like signed instruments and band memorabilia, well — don’t mind if we do!
This eBay for Charity auction lists truly cool music memorabilia, like a customized snare by Shinedown drummer Barry Kerch (at top), autographed drums from bands like Blink-182 (below), Of Monsters and Men, Twenty One Pilots, and Mumford and Sons, and personalized guitar straps from Barenaked Ladies.
There are all kinds of autographed offerings from generous artists beyond memorabilia, such as 30 Seconds to Mars posters, a Weezer CD/Frisbee set, and a dirt bike signed by Chance the Rapper, which starts at a mere $1500.
Unlike a lot of charitable auctions, where a portion of the funds goes to various marketing or other organizational costs, 100% of the money you spend here goes to St. Jude. Which basically means that, by bidding, you just happen to get a Shins drum head, or a Switchfoot VIP meet and greet, and all of the proceeds go back to the hospital.
The auction only goes until August 4, though, so you’d better get jamming on those bids. You just might be able to give a music fan in your life one incredible holiday gift this year.
Bid on music instruments and memorabilia with 100% of the proceeds benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital until August 1. If you want to learn more about this incredible hospital read the absolutely remarkable things you don’t know about St. Jude’s hospital, but should based on Delilah’s visit there.