On Twitter, Queen’s talented frontman Adam Lambert shared a photo of the silent auction items aimed to raise funds for ‘The Mercury Phoenix Trust‘ and urged fans to participate in this important cause in honor of Freddie Mercury’s 74th birthday.

On November 24, 1991, the world lost one of the most iconic musicians of all time. Queen legend Freddie Mercury sadly passed away at the age of 45. Later, the cause of death was revealed as bronchial pneumonia resulting from AIDS.

If Freddie was alive today, he would be turning 74 years old today. Although he is not among us anymore, his bandmates and fans around the world didn’t forget to celebrate the rock music legend’s birthday.

Recently on Twitter, current fronting member of Queen, Adam Lambert shared the photo of various merchandise sold at a silent auction organized by ‘The Mercury Phoenix Trust.’ Founded in 1992 in memory of Freddie Mercury, the organization aimed to help those who fight AIDS and raise awareness about the disease around the world.

Adam Lambert earned the appreciation of Queen and Freddie fans by supporting such an important cause in honor of his 74th birthday. Lambert urged fans to take a look and participate in the ongoing silent auction via the link he shared.

Here’s what Adam Lambert stated on his recent tweet:

In honor of Freddie’s 74th birthday, we’re raising funds to help support ‘The Mercury Phoenix Trust’, fighting AIDS and raising awareness globally! Head to givergy.uk/MPTrust for a chance to win all of this!!

You can see the tweet posted by Adam Lambert on his Twitter account below.