Billie Eilish, Joan Jett, Evanescence and many more artists are donating instruments, signed memorabilia and other items to be part of the Girls Rock Reverb Gives auction.

The auction, which will last a week, starts May 21 on the Girls Rock Reverb site. Proceeds will benefit 10 nonprofit organizations that focus on empowering female, transgender and gender nonconforming youth by using music.

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Besides the artists mentioned, below is a full list of artists who will have items for sale.

Artists

Kacey Musgraves
Dolly Parton
Ani DiFranco
Patti Smith
Stevie Nicks
Kelly Clarkson

Elle King
Phoebe Bridgers
Julien Baker
Tegan and Sara
Mavis Staples
Reba McEntire
CHVRCHES
Regina Spektor
Lucius
Tash Sultana

Fergie
Charli XCX
Norah Jones
Bonnie Raitt
Loretta Lynn
James Taylor
Annie Lennox
Sharon Van Etten
Cat Power

Alison Mosshart
Indigo Girls
Lita Ford
Kimbra
Little Big Town
The B-52s
Chelsea Wolfe
Lake Street Drive
Khruangbin
Larkin Poe
Heart

Michelle Branch
Lindsey Sterling
Carolina Rose
Lauren Alaina
Cassadee Pope
Pink
Patty Griffin
Wynonna
Nicole Moudaber
Shakira

Neko Case
I’m With Her
Faith Hill
The Kills
Margo Price
Marian Hill
Lindsay Ell
Helms Alee

Besides this list, many other record companies and organizations donated items to auction.

Some of the stand-out items for auction include Eilish’s signed Fender ukulele and an Epihone amplifier owned by Tegan and Sara. Also, Nicks will have an autographer Sennheiser microphone up for sale.

Besides the items mentioned, Girls Rock Reverb Gives will feature concert tickets and experiences for artists such as Pink.

The organizations benefitted by the sale are as followed: Bay Area Girls Rock Camp, Girls Rock Columbia, Girls Rock Philly, Ohama Girls Rock, Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls Salt Lake City, ATEM (Arts Transform Empower Music) in Berlin, Girls Rock Dublin, Girls Rock London, Sweden’s Popkollo and Femix in Belgrade, Serbia.

Last year, a similar auction held by the same initiative raised more than $20,000 for the Girls Rock Camp Alliance.

You can find out more information about the event here.

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