Josh Homme’s The Sweet Stuff Foundation to Raise Money for Surviving Families of Paris Attacks

Credit: Nora Lezano The Sweet Stuff Foundation, a charity organization founded by Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme, will be accepting donations for the families of musicians or crew members affected by last week's terrorist attacks in Paris, France, according to California's Desert Sun newspaper.

"From now until December 31, 2015, The Sweet Stuff Foundation is dedicating all money received through its website to the musicians and crew members' surviving families of the tragedy in Paris," reads a post on the organization's Facebook. "Now, more than ever, it is important to contribute to the 'Sweet Stuff' in life."

Homme is also a member of Eagles of Death Metal, but wasn't on tour with the band when they played in Paris Friday night at the Bataclan concert hall, which was one of the venues targeted in the terrorist attack.

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