The Apprentice finalist Vana Koutsomitis is selling off personal items from the show including a signed Bizzy Bee book to raise money for a cyberbullying charity.
The businesswoman has set up a GoFundMe page where generous donors can bag themselves the one-of-a-kind mementos after she admitted experiencing online bullying during her time on Lord Sugar's show.
Vana, who lost in the final to Joseph Valente, wrote: "While I was on the show, I experienced quite a bit of cyberbullying, so I want to join forces with an existing charity to fight that.
"I want to fight against cyberbullying because nobody should have to endure harassment online. I would like to support victims of cyberbullying and help participate in an effort to stop online harassment from happening at all."
-- Vana C. Koutsomitis (@vana_cristina) April 15, 2016
The DatePlay creator is offering signed postcards to everyone who makes a £10 donation and a bottle of wine from her other business, Vino by Vana, to all £50 donors.
Then the good stuff kicks in.
The first person to pledge £70 will get a signed copy of the original Bizzy Bee children's book with the accompanying "swishing and swooping" audio CD.
Look what I just found ?? pic.twitter.com/oaEHJ4pPT4
-- Vana C. Koutsomitis (@vana_cristina) February 23, 2016
A donation of £75 will bag you a signed DatePlay T-shirt from the show (she doesn't state if it's the one she wore or Richard's sweaty shirt).
The first £150 donation gets you the famous watermelon scarf she wore during the final. Oh, yes.
So far, two £10 donations have been made and that scarf is still up for grabs. Get in quick!