Ed Sheeran donates clothes to auction for children's hospice
British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has donated some clothes to a charity auction that is helping to raise money for EACH's 'Nook' appeal.
Writing on his official Twitter page this afternoon, the superstar explained that fans will be able to bid on items of clothing that previously belonged to him and the money raised will be donated to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices: "I donated all my favourite clothes to @EACH_hospices including all my hoodies. The auction starts today here."
The hitmaker has given a variety of hoodies and T-shirts to the auction, including a 'Purrvana' top (currently at £156), a green Ralph Lauren hoody (now at £230), and a Goonies T-shirt (highest bid of £110). To bid on the items, click here.
A message on the organisation's website explains that the auction kicked off 8pm UK time on Friday, November 28 and funds raised will go towards the building of a new hospice in the heart of Norfolk and continuing EACH services.
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