Coldplay, more add to Glastonbury Haiti appeal
United Kingdom | 25 January 2010
Coldplay, Arctic Monkeys and Rolf Harris are among the stars that have donated to Oxfam and Glastonbury Festival's Haiti charity appeal.
Set up by Emily Eavis, the charity is hosting an online auction that will raise money to help the earthquake-hit country.
The auction is live now and people can bid on Chris Martin’s ‘Viva La Vida’ tour jacket, Alex Turner’s guitar, VIP Glastonbury tickets and a painting by Rolf Harris.
Other items include a signed pair of shoes from Shirley Bassey, the dress worn by Dido on her album ‘Life For Rent’ and even an exclusive performance from the Magic Numbers, who will play in somebody’s garden.
Click here to look at the full set of items available and to start bidding now.
Speaking about the auction, Rolf Harris said: "The situation in Haiti is heartbreaking. Millions of people have had their lives devastated by the earthquake. I am grateful that I can help in this auction.
"Every single bid has the potential to help change thousands of lives, so log on...get on to eBay now!”
The auction runs on eBay until Tuesday 2 February.
All money received will go towards Oxfam’s emergency response in Haiti.
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