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Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman gave the shirts off their backs to charity last week.

The pair – currently performing on Broadway in A Steady Rain – agreed to sell their vests to the highest bidder to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, an industry-based organization that relies on the talents and generosity of the American Theatre community to raise money for AIDS-related causes in the United States. The sale of the vests scooped $3,500 for the charity.

The two stars also sold backstage passes and photo opportunities for $2,000, signed posters for $300, and signed programs for $60.

The auction took place after a performance at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater last Wednesday.

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