The band's management release an address where those wishing to remember Jon Lee can send donations...

Feeder‘s management have urged fans not to send flowers following the death of drummer JON LEE – and instead to make a donation to his favourite charity.

As revealed earlier today on NME.COM, Lee took his own life on Monday (January 7) at his home in Florida. He was aged 33.

Feeder‘s management company have issued a statement to NME.COM, saying that fans have been enquiring where to send flowers. However, following discussing with Lee’s family, it has been decided that donations to a children’s charity would be preferable.

The statement reads: “We have had a number of enquiries from people wishing to express condolences, send flowers, etc, in regards to this horrendous tragedy. After some discussion with Jon’s family they have decided that instead of flowers, a donation would be preferable to a children’s charity. Payment details are: Noah’s Ark Appeal.

Posted to T. J. Davies Limited, 54 – 56 Chepstow Road, Newport, Gwent, NP1 98WU.

Following the confirmation of Lee’s untimely death, fans have been posting messages of sympathy on the NME.COM messageboard dedicated to his life.

To visit NME.COM’s messageboard where Feeder fans can leave messages, or read what others are thinking,

click here.