100+ Hitmakers Against Cancer!

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We organise and auction signed guitars to raise money for Action Against Cancer

The history of 100+ Hitmakers

100+ Hitmakers Against Cancer was started in the Spring of 2019 by Julian O’Dell, a Business Consultant from Milton Keynes.

Julian has dedicated the past 5 years to hosting and running Catfest, an annual fundraiser festival named after his wife, Cat, who has been fighting cancer since 2010.

Catfest has proved to be a huge success with 2019’s event raising £52,607 for Action Against Cancer taking the total raised overall to over £160,000

100+ Hitmakers Against Cancer was going to be part of Catfest’s fundraising total in 2020, however the pandemic led to the event being postponed until August 2021. Sadly a decision was taken to delay the 2021 event until 2022. Therefore, some of the signed guitars are to be auctioned during 2021 with all proceeds going to the charity at a time when funds are critical.

Action Against Cancer

Action Against Cancer funds the development of cures for cancer at leading institutions such as Imperial College London and the University of Sussex. The cutting edge programmes that they fund focus on developing new diagnostics and treatments, to improve the survival prospects and quality of life for millions of cancer sufferers worldwide.

All profits from 100+ Hitmakers Against Cancer go directly to Action Against Cancer. Action Against Cancer funds the development of cures for cancer at leading institutions such as Imperial College London and the University of Sussex.

The ground-breaking programmes that they fund focus on developing new diagnostics and treatments to improve the survival prospects and quality of life for millions of cancer sufferers worldwide. This work is led by world-renowned oncologist, Professor Justin Stebbing.

https://www.hitmakersagainstcancer.co.uk/ 

https://www.catfestevent.com/ 

https://www.aacancer.org/

 

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Lot 6
£ 350
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Jools' Annual Hootenanny 2019/2020 Black Acoustic!
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£ 510
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Black Fender Acoustic signed by Ten Male Music Icons!
Lot 8
£ 170
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Brand new black Donner acoustic guitar signed by 13 British Greats!
Lot 1
£ 660
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Signed by Shed Seven - 3rd Avenue Acoustic Guitar, with case
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£ 300
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Signed by Trevor Horn - his OWN rare 8 string Hagstrom Bass Guitar
Lot 13
£ 560
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King Crimson PRS Se Limited Edition - signed by KC lead singer Jakko Jakszyk
Lot 12
£ 390
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The dazzling dozen - black Fender signed by Fripp, Nelson, Hackett and others!
Lot 10
£ 355
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Hohner Countryman acoustic guitar signed by 12 punk and new wave icons
Lot 2
£ 860
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Signed by Editors - Donner DAG-1B Black Acoustic Guitar
Lot 4
£ 650
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Signed by Paul Simonon of The Clash - Fender Squier PJ bass - brand new
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£ 220
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60’s Number 1 hitmakers special Tiger acoustic signed by 11 chart toppers!
Lot 9
£ 710
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Ovation Celebrity CK047 Signed by 8 Female Greats!
Lot 3
£ 340
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Signed by Mick Jones of The Clash - Yamaha Pacifica 012 Electric Guitar
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£ 540
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Superb white Chord guitar signed by the mighty Stereophonics
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