The Children Mending Hearts 2010 Fundraising Gala, hosted by Ben Affleck, will take place this Friday in Hollywood. But if you can’t be there to be part of the fun, then why not take part in the awesome celebrity charity online auction.

Items up for grabs include a visit to the set of The Office and lunch with Rainn Wilson, guitars signed by Maroon 5 and Band From TV, set visits to iCarly and Californication, racing gloves signed by Jeff Gordon, a signed script from Mad Men and much more.

The Children Mending Hearts 2010 Fundraising Gala, sponsored by Reality Cares, will take place on April 16 at the Music Box, Fonda Theater, in Hollywood. Funds raised from the event will support the Children Mending Hearts arts & cultural exchange programs with homeless and at-risk children in the United States and refugee children suffering from armed conflict worldwide. A portion of the evening’s proceeds will also benefit Women for Women International, which since 1993 has given more than 243,000 women survivors of war and other conflicts the financial support, rights education, job skills training and business development skills they need to build a better future for themselves, their families and their communities.

The night’s entertainment will include Five For Fighting and Band From TV, the all-star charity group that includes James Denton, Greg Grunberg, Adrian Pasdar, Bob Guiney, Scott Grimes and Jesse Spencer.

To take part in the auction, which runs until April 16, click here.

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