According to the Huffington Post, the independent British record label Rough Trade announced that it will donate all profits from David Bowie album sales this month to Cancer Research UK.
The label made the announcement following the death of the “Starman” singer. Bowie passed away after an 18-month battle with cancer.
— Rough Trade (@RoughTrade) January 11, 2016
Rough Trade has several physical stores: three in the U.K. and one in Brooklyn, New York.
All four locations will donate this month’s Bowie album profits to Cancer Research UK, which funds doctors, scientists, and nurses, and makes policy recommendations to the UK government.
Just like David Bowie, unfortunately, many other celebrities have been and still are fighting cancer. Learn more about WWF wrestler, bodyguard, “The A-Team” TV star and movie actor, Mr. T’s battle with T-cell lymphoma.
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