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KISS has announced it will hold an auction to benefit a charity established by Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page.

The rockers have donated a Meet-And-Greet package to the auction to raise money for the ABC Trust, an organization that helps street kids in Brazil. The packages include tickets to the band’s gig at Wembley Arena on May 12, as well as a personal photo with the band, a concert shirt, poster, guitar picks and a $100 voucher at their online store.

All money raised from this auction will go to the Action for Brazil’s Children Trust, a charity dedicated to helping the street children and most vulnerable young people of Brazil. By raising awareness and funding, ABC supports the work of local, community-led organizations who give children the education, support and inspiration they need to transform their lives. An estimated 7 million children live or work on the streets, and 54 million live in poverty.

The auction runs until April 26 and can be accessed at eBay.

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