Scots megastar Lewis Capaldi is auctioning off a number of prizes to fans to raise money for a refugee charity.
The Bathgate singer-songwriter has donated items, including a chance to meet him on his next UK tour, to a Scottish Refugee Council fundraiser.
As well as the backstage passes, fans will be also be able to bid for the star’s leopard print-jacket.
Capaldi said: “I’m really happy to be able to support Scottish Refugee Council and all the work they do helping refugees rebuild their lives in Scotland.
“We are hoping the items attract plenty of attention and raise lots of money.”
Louise McGovern from Scottish Refugee Council said: “We are delighted to work with Lewis on this fundraiser, his support has been amazing, and we know his huge fan base will be thrilled to be in with a chance to meet him at a UK gig next year.”
The fundraising auction goes live on Scottish Refugee Council’s website and social media platforms at 11am on Friday.
It can be found at: www.jumblebee.co.uk/LCxSRC
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