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Kim Kardashian, James Taylor and Jimmy Kimmel are some of the stars who have donated once-in-a-lifetime experiences and items to a new celebrity charity auction aimed at raising money for victims of the unfolding disaster in Japan.

Bidders have the option of the chance to meet Kim Kardashian on April 14, an acoustic guitar signed by James Taylor, the chance to meet Jimmy Kimmel at his ABC show, items from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and tickets to the Maxim 2011 Master’s Party in Augusta in the auction, with proceeds going to the US Fund for UNICEF.

The auctions run until April 7, and can be accessed through CharityBuzz.com.

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