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Neil Fallon, vocalist and guitarist for US alt-metal band Clutch has launched a fundraising charity auction featuring rare rock memorabilia for the Innocent Lives Foundation.
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The Innocent Lives Foundation (ILF) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to unmasking anonymous online predators and helping law enforcement to bring them to justice.
The auction features many sought after pieces such as signed guitars by members of Slipknot, My Chemical Romance, No Doubt, Zakk Wylde, Thursday, and Clutch.
Signed posters from the Foo Fighters and Black Label Society are up for auction, as is a limited edition (#21 of 25) black and white photo print of the late Chris Cornell, courtesy of Andrew Stuart and approved by the Cornell estate.
Bidding is now open and will conclude on 7th December at 11:59pm US EST. (8th December at 2:59pm AEDT.)
ILF helps hunt down child exploiters through open source intelligence gathering and innovative technology. The information they gather is compiled into a dossier. When complete, the ILF turns the information over to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
During 2019, 80 of these ILF-produced dossiers were used to track and catch these child predators. At present, the dossiers cost $7,500-$10,000 USD to produce.
Fallon currently sits on the ILF board of directors.
Fallon and Clutch will be performing at Download Festival Australia in March 2020.