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Ryan Gosling donates jacket from Drive for SAG Awards AuctionRyan Gosling donates jacket from Drive for SAG Awards Auction

Ryan Gosling, Other Celebs Donate Items for SAG Awards Auction

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If you love Ryan Gosling and want to own a piece of clothing he’s actually touched, then you’re in luck.

The good-looking actor with the beautiful smile is auctioning off an autographed scorpion jacket from his movie “Drive,” thanks to the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The SAG Awards Auctions will benefit the SAG Foundation, an organization that funds public children’s literacy programs including BookPALS (Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools) and Storyline Online.

Gosling is one of the many actors lending a helping hand. Unfortunately, his jacket isn’t the original from the film, but it does have his signature and benefits a good cause.

The funds will also go toward providing emergency relief to SAG members in economic distress, video and audio preservation of the creative legacy of SAG members, scholarships for performers and their children and emergency funds for members with catastrophic illnesses and The Actor’s Center.

Many other celebs are also joining in on the charity by donating collectible items from their noteworthy films and television shows. You can bid on a signed “J. Edgar” script by Leonardo DiCaprio and a genuine Oakland A’s baseball hat and “Moneyball” poster autographed by Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill.

Be sure to check out all the items being auctioned off before Feb. 2, when the auction closes.

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