Proceeds will go towards Oxfam's efforts to establish greater gender equality in Myanmar
Paloma Faith is auctioning off two large golden palm trees that have featured in her stage show in order to raise money for charity.
The auction is taking place online and currently stands at £450 (correct at time of publishing). All proceeds will go to Oxfam to help them in establishing greater gender equality in Myanmar. You can bid on the palm trees here.
In a statement, Faith said: “I’m so happy to auction off these amazing gold palm trees in order to help raise money for gender equality in Myanmar… supporting women around the globe is a cause close to my heart. The palm trees were a key part of my set for the Fall To Grace tour and I hope they go to a fabulous new home.”
Bidding closes at midnight on March 27.
The auction has been organised by The Music Circle, who will host the Rumble In The Jumble jumble sale at London’s Oval Space on May 14.
The event is now in its fifth year and allows fans to pick up special items donated by celebrities as well as general items such as CDs and clothes. This year, the likes of Kate Moss, Foals, Mark Ronson, All Saints, Jess Glynne and many more have all donated items to sell at the event.