The bands are on sale for £2 at the Byres Road shop this weekend.
The not-for-profit group has set a target of raising £10,000.
Customers can pick up everything from Mulberry handbags to Prada dresses and much in between as part of the Autumn season launch.
The effort was co-ordinated by the charity Scottish Action For Refugees.
The former Kelvinside Academicals player, who was awarded an MBE in 2015, broke his neck in 1978 when a rugby scrum collapsed during a game against Old Aloysians.
Angela Procter has gifted the use of her family’s holiday cottage to give others a respite break.
People need to study a detailed list of items on the charity’s website before heading down.
Although the event is a sell-out and no more tickets are to be had, the charity raffle is where the real money could be raised.
Norrelle King turned to Cancer Support Scotland because it helps families and carers as well as patients.
Anyone can take up the free offer – but there is no obligation to leave a donation to Marie Curie.