Pamela Anderson is auctioning off a chance to train with her for the New York City Marathon.
The former Playboy model is getting in fighting shape for the 26.2 mile race on November 3.
The 46-year-old is asking fans to bid on Charity Buzz for the chance to join her on a two-mile run in Central Park the day before the big event.
All monies raised will benefit Sean Penn’s J/P Haitian Relief Organization and Pamela says the cause is close to her heart.
“I’ve been so moved by the work J/P HRO has done,” she writes on the Charity Buzz page.
“Sean Penn and his dedicated team have done an amazing job leading this organization and I’m happy to lend my support. I’m proud to be a part of team J/P HRO and excited to run alongside fellow supporters and these inspiring Haitian athletes.”
The winning bidder will also be invited to a private event hosted by Penn at the city’s Armani store, where he will introduce his marathon team to the media, as well as a special afterparty hosted by J/P HRO.
Pamela’s auction item has an estimated value of $25,000 and bidding will be open for 12 more days.
At press time, five bids had been received, booting the current bid to $5,750.
Penn founded his non-profit to help with relief efforts after the country endured a devastating earthquake in 2010.
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