Morrissey donates drum head inscribed with handwritten message to be auctioned to benefit the Gentle Barn


20 June 2015

Morrissey donates drum head inscribed with handwritten message to be auctioned to benefit the Gentle Barn

Morrissey Drum Head Inscribed With Handwritten Message


Morrissey has donated a drum head inscribed with a handwritten message to be auctioned to benefit the Gentle Barn, a farmed animal sanctuary in California.

The drum head (pictured above) is from Morrissey's sold-out four-night residency at the Sydney Opera House in Australia in May 2015. The drum head is inscribed with a message that Morrissey has handwritten in black permanent marker ink around a central image of Bruce Lee.

The full amount of the winning bid in the auction will go to the Gentle Barn to support the sanctuary's work rescuing and rehabilitating abused animals, and teaching people kindness and compassion.

The proceeds from the auction will be given to the Gentle Barn in the name of Mercy, a sanctuary resident who was rescued four years ago as a young calf from a dairy industry factory farm.

To bid on the drum head, please log in or register at true-to-you.net, and then fill in and submit the Auction Bid form at the following web address.

http://true-to-you.net/auction_bid

Please include your True To You username, your real name, your email address, and the amount of your bid in US dollars. You may bid as many times as you wish.

After your initial bid is received, you will be notified of your bidder number.

Please check this page, which will be updated regularly with the bidder number of the current highest bidder and the amount of the current highest bid.

The auction will run until 9:59 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time on 4 July 2015.

The bidder who has the highest bid at 9:59 a.m. EDT on 4 July will win.

Upon receipt of payment of the winning bid, the drum head will be shipped to the winning bidder. The drum head will be shipped free of charge anywhere in the world.

Please note that the bidding period has now ended.

Winning bidder: 647

Winning bid: $5,666.00