MAGNA, Utah (KUTV) — The winner of Post Malone’s auctioned autographed guitar was announced Friday by the Cottonwood Heights Police Department.
Jodi Avila from Magna had a winning bid of $5,600, with all proceeds going to Camp Hope Utah.
The artist, who lives in Utah, donated a Fender Squier guitar to the Cottonwood Heights Police Department.
“Post Malone’s been very gracious with us, with our community and with all of his fans,” said Lt. Dan Bartlett with Cottonwood Heights Police.
The auction initially begun on Mar. 16 when a tweet was sent out by the Cottonwood police department to help raise money for Camp Hope Utah.
Camp Hope Utah is a nonprofit that helps children who have been impacted by domestic violence and trauma.
The camp is funded completely by the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s office.
“At the end of the day their efforts, Post’s efforts, our effort is to just help those children,” Gill said.
Avila said one of her favorite things is helping children.
Source credit: Kayla Winn, KUTV. Link to original article.
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