When Philly-born rock heroes The War On Drugs brought their Drug-cember To Remember concerts back to Philly this winter, it was phase one of their plan to benefit The Fund for The School District of Philadelphia. This week marks the beginning of phase two: an online auction of instruments, autographed merch, and memorabilia, open through next Monday, March 6th.

Among the items up for bid are a pair of “golden tickets” good for any Drugs show in the next five years, signed Fender strats, and limited edition sound wave art prints that frontperson Adam Granduciel made in collaboration with visual artist Tim Wakefield. There’s also merch from the band’s Philly friends Dr. Dog, autographed books about Dave Grohl, Kim Gordon, and the Beastie Boys, and a lot more.

Check out the full auction catalog and place your bids here. Below, watch a timelapse video of the Johnny Brenda’s stage during the Drugcember shows from December, promoting the auction launch. For more, read Tom Beck’s recap of the Drugcember to Remember shows, and listen to Adam Granduciel chat about giving back to his hometown.