Nicole Kidman and Lena Dunham are among the celebrities auctioning off strange services on eBay in support of the writers strike.

A unusual fundraising campaign involves Hollywood celebs selling their goods and services as the writers strike enters its fifth month.

The Union Solidarity Coalition (TUSC) is a group of writers and directors "moved to connect with crew affected by the 2023 WGA strike," according its website. 

"Watching people honor our picket lines inspired us and showed us unity in action." 

Through eBay auctions and other means, they provide "direct financial support to crew members who have lost health insurance due to strike-related shutdowns". 

Lena Dunham's hand-painted painting is more unusual than Nicole Kidman's Zoom.

"We founded TUSC because, as striking writers, we feel an incredible kinship with the crew (IATSE. LiUNA and Teamsters) that make our jobs possible 

and right now they are hurting, especially in health care," co-founder Dunham told Variety.

"We are fortunate to work with MPTF, who do this 24/7," Dunham added. 

“We are dazzled by all the brilliant minds who have offered goods and experiences to auction 


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