Props and memorabilia from CBS’ “Survivor: Palau” are being auctioned to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
The charity listings will run on eBay through May 28, the foundation announced Monday.
“Each time someone bids ... they are ensuring a healthier future for children all over the world,” said “Survivor” executive producer Mark Burnett, who is a foundation board member.
“I am proud that the ‘Survivor’ series has been able to help raise awareness of the foundation’s critical efforts and provide vital funding,” Burnett said in a statement. “To date the partnership has raised more than $1.3 million.”
More than 300 items will be up for bid, with new items added daily. Items include the immunity necklace and immunity idol; the voting urn; Koror and Ulong tribal flags and banners; signed memorabilia from the contestants; and original props and puzzles from the “Survivor: Palau” challenges.
New York City firefighter Tom Westman won the $1 million prize. His victory on the competitive reality show was announced Sunday night.