Celebrities from all fields are donating signed items to support better medical treatments for injured service members.

The Airlift Research Foundation, an organization dedicated to creating better medical solutions for the brave men and women who sustain traumatic limb injuries on the battlefield and at home, is hosting an online auction in order to raise funds critically needed to fulfill its mission.

The auction went live on Veterans Day, at Mission Fish and Ebay.

Items being auctioned off include:

Bush to autograph book for charity auction
Bush to autograph book for charity auction

• One personalized signed copy of Former President George W. Bush's book Decision Points

Autographed baseball bat for charity auction
Autographed baseball bat for charity auction

• Baseball bat with eight original Yankee signatures including Andy Petit, Johnny Damon, Jason Giambi

Hello Friend signed Bill Cosby shirt
Hello Friend signed Bill Cosby shirt

• A Hello Friend/Ennis William Cosby Foundation sweatshirt autographed by legendary comedian Bill Cosby

• Autographed copy of the Heather Mills memoir A Single Step, which details her encounters with others who have lost limbs
• Signed headshot from Jessica Simpson

Young and the Restless Items for Airlift Research Foundation auction
Young and the Restless Items for Airlift Research Foundation auction

• A signed script from the cast of the Young and the Restless
• Signed copies of Acoustic Ride and Revealed, as well as a signed headshot from musician Melanie Dekker

One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit Airlift Research Foundation. In addition to raising money, the auction hopes to increase public awareness of the need for medical research to benefit wounded troops. For more information on this event, visit www.airliftrf.org.

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