In March 2014, we held a charity auction on eBay that raised valuable extra funding to support homeless people in London.

More than 30 major bands and solo artists – including some of the biggest names in music – lent us their support by signing Streets of London T-shirts or donating other signed memorabilia especially for it:

Alt-J, Annie Lennox, Atoms for Peace, Band of Horses, Bastille, Biffy Clyro, Billy Bragg, Bombay Bicycle Club, Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sande, Florence and the Machine, Foals, Franz Ferdinand, Gaz Coombes, Green Day, John Paul Jones, Johnny Flynn, The Killers, Kings of Leon, The Lumineers, Mumford and Sons, The National, Noah And The Whale, Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, Primal Scream, The Rolling Stones, Seasick Steve, Tom Odell, The Vaccines, White Lies, Wilco, The XX

Items included a signed presentation disc of Coldplay’s 'X&Y' album, Streets of London T-shirts signed by The Rolling Stones, The Killers, Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, The XX, Band Of Horses, Atoms For Peace, Bastille and Biffy Clyro, signed Florence and the Machine and Alt-J T-shirts, a signed canvas of Primal Scream’s ‘Screamadelica’ artwork and a signed copy of The National’s 7-inch single ‘Think You Can Wait’.

Justin Young from The Vaccines said: “After the bad weather of the last few months, more than ever is it easy for me to appreciate just how tough and awful living on the streets without structure and support is. And I think whatever people can do to contribute to making the lives of those people easier goes an incredibly long way.”

Ronnie Wood from The Rolling Stones said: “We're delighted to support Streets of London and their wonderful work helping London's homeless.”

Thanks to everyone who placed a bid - your support makes a real difference!

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