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October 14, 2020

Embrace, Prodigy and more donate items to mental health charity auction

The Prodigy's MOOG synthesiser is up for auction

Embrace's Danny McNamara, The Prodigy's Liam Howlett and a host of other stars have donated items and experiences to an auction in aid of mental health charity My Black Dog.

The items up for grabs include a MOOG synthesiser used by The Prodigy and signed by Liam Howlett, and handwritten lyrics to Embrace's song 'Ashes' with a doodle signed by Danny McNamara.

Bidders could also take part in unique experiences, such as a DJ lesson with Seb Fontaine, a private comedy gig at home with Matt Richardson, and lunch with Virgin Radio's own Kate Lawler and Eddy Temple-Morris, who are both supporters of the charity.

My Black Dog is a charity which offers free mental health chat support with volunteers who have experienced mental illness themselves. It was founded on the motto "talk to someone who gets it", with a goal to "put people in touch with others who have lived experiences of struggling with mental health, because those people completely understand what you are going through."


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