Jordan Fish and Oli Sykes, from Bring Me The Horizon, are set to climb Mount Kilimanjaro next year. The climb has been organized following the care of Jordan’s son at the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Southampton Hospital.
Trying to reach their aim of raising £100,000 for the charity, members of the band have donated some limited edition items that are up for bids on Ebay. All money raised through the bids will be donated to Friends of PICU.
“Over the next couple of weeks I’ve got a load of special/limited edition items that have been kindly donated by the other guys in the band. All money will be donated to “Friends Of Picu” and help us towards our target of £100’000!!” – Jordan Fish
Drummer Mat Nicholls is the first of Bring Me The Horizon to donate some special items. While recording their fifth album, That’s The Spirit, Mat used one pair of drumsticks to record each song. The 11 pairs of drumsticks are up for bids here.
First up, Mat has donated 11 pairs of sticks, one from the recording of each song on "That's the Spirit" pic.twitter.com/8tsYVWVHEp
— Jordan Fish (@JordanFish86) November 25, 2016
The rest of the items will be put up for auction over the next few weeks – be on the lookout!