Since it launched, the nationwide charity has provided welcome packs to thousands of people newly-arrived in Scotland.
The challenge on April 28 is set to raise money for the charity Hearts + Balls which helps injured rugby players.
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.