Celebrities are getting in on the action for Giving Tuesday by auctioning off gifts and experiences on eBay’s charity shop.
Fans can bid for clothes off Alicia Keys’ back, a painted canvas print of Michael Phelps’ wingspan or two tickets to “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen.
Ilana Glazer of “Broad City” got extra hands-on with her charity item: She knit a scarf to auction off for the organization Worldwide Orphans. Glazer warned in a statement, however, that the scarf may not be conventionally beautiful.
“My mom taught me how to knit -- she knits these beautiful blankets and scarves, but I just can’t do it,” she said. “I can knit s***ty little scarves for chihuahuas. Luckily, I’ve found a higher purpose for them -- auctioning them off for worthwhile charities like Worldwide Orphans!”
Bidders on the Giving Tuesday shop’s items who don’t win still have the chance to nab a pretty cool prize: a free trip to Los Angeles for two along with a styling session with actress Rachel Bilson and more.
The auctions end in nine days, but as of Tuesday morning, many are still at $0.99 for gems like these patchwork jeans from Alicia Keys.
Here are the other items and experiences up for grabs at eBay’s Giving Tuesday shop:
Andy Cohen: Two tickets to Watch What Happens Live + signed book.
Michael Phelps: Swimming with the Olympic athlete. A signed upper body wingspan painting on canvas.
Rascall Flats: 2 tickets and 2 meet & greet passes to a 2017 show of your choice.
Susan Sarandon: Signed memorabilia.
Misty Copeland: Signed ballet shoes.
Colbie Caillat: Signed guitar.
Tracey Anderson: Private training session.
Danica Patrick: Two tickets to any race in the 2017 NASCAR season, meet and greet with Danica, autographed hero cards.
International Rescue Committee: T-Shirt signed by 10 cast members of Games of Thrones.
Keep a Child Alive: Fashionable items from the closets of Alicia Keys, Taraji P. Henson, Cher, Muhammad Ali, Padma Lakshmi, Katy Perry, Misty Copeland, Venus Williams, Taylor Swift, and more.
GRAMMYs: Experiences and memorabilia from GRAMMY artists including Rufus Wainwright, Ziggy Marley, Linkin Park, Goo Goo Dolls,Lukas Graham, and more.
Tribeca Film Institute: One-on-one mentor session with Oscar-nominated filmmaker and VP of Artist Programs at TFI, Amy Hobby, VIP tickets to attend and walk the red carpet at Tribeca Film Festival 2017, and signed script by Robert De Niro.