The X Appeal charity is holding an online auction in October and pop stars Liberty X have donated a signed CD!
On the seventh of October this year, the X Appeal, the official charity of the Royal College of Radiologists, will be holding an online auction, held in conjunction with eBay, to raise funds for the charity.
Liberty X, who recently had a number one hit with ‘Just a Little’ are currently busy promoting their latest single ‘Got to have your love’, but the five members still found time to donate a signed copy of their album, and a signed photo. Liberty X’s debut CD ‘Thinking It Over’ is steadily climbing the charts, and includes their other hit singles ‘Doin’ It’ and ‘Thinking It Over’.
Dan Pamment, speaking on behalf of V2 Music, the band’s record label, said; ‘The X Appeal is a really good cause and I’m delighted that Liberty X and V2 can help in some way.’
The X Appeal plans to auction 100 donated items for ‘Auction X’ and so far generous donations have included a signed photo of Michael Owen, an oil painting of David Beckham and David Seaman, and the opportunity to attend a broadcasting session with two Xfm DJ’s.
The X Appeal is predominantly concerned with funding research projects to develop imaging studies and benefit the science of diagnosis. It is also committed to fighting cancer and eliminating children’s diseases.
You can find full details of how to bid for the album by visiting www.x-appeal.com/auction-x.html.
Information on Liberty X’s activities can be found on the band’s official web site – www.libertyx.co.uk.The X Appeal is the research arm of the Royal College of Radiologists. It is unique in funding research in a vital area of medicine frequently overlooked by corporate donors, grant making trusts and even patients.
By developing and applying alternative, non-invasive techniques in medical care, the studies funded by the X Appeal lead directly to improving the quality of patients’ lives.
The X Appeal focuses on the following:
– Cancer treatment research. One in three people will develop cancer during their lifetime. One in eight will die of it. The X Appeal aims to reduce these figures through research into radiotherapy treatment that benefits cancer sufferers.
– Radiological research. 25 million x-rays and scans are used in the UK every year and play an important role in detecting serious medical disorders. UK doctors treat more patients than their counterparts in most countries around the world. The X Appeal supports increased research into x-rays and scans thereby improving patients’ chances of receiving an early and accurate diagnosis.