ST KILDA midfielder Bradley Hill has joined a growing list of AFL stars raising money in aid of the Australian bushfire appeal by auctioning off his prized premiership memorabilia.
The triple premiership Hawk has posted his 2015 premiership guernsey for sale to raise funds for the national disaster.
The former Hawk and Docker also listed his limited edition Fremantle jumper from the Dockers' first game at Optus Stadium against Essendon in 2018.
Hill follows the lead set by Collingwood premiership star Dayne Beams, who has offered his 2010 premiership medal to assist the cause.
Beams took to Instagram on Monday afternoon, posting a photo of his medal with a message of support for those in need.
The 29-year-old, who is currently on indefinite leave from the Pies, collected 11 disposals in Collingwood's 56-point triumph over St Kilda in the 2010 Grand Final replay.
The offer currently stands at $25,000 with bids to be placed via this link with the online auction ended on Wednesday at 5pm AEDT.
Essendon captain Dyson Heppell will shave his trademark dreadlocks in a bid to help raise over $50,000.
Geelong great Gary Ablett is auctioning off a signed jumper by him and his father.
Brisbane's Mitch Robinson teamed up with his brother Leigh to raise over $15,000 by hosting a 24-hour online gaming stream last weekend.
WE DID IT! My bro @triplezerotv & I raised $15,000+ during our 24HR charity stream.— Mitch Robinson (@MitchRobinson05) January 5, 2020
I didn't think a gaming platform would exceed our $5k goal to help the RFS & those affected by the fires!
Wholeheartedly, thank you everyone who donated, hosted or shared our cause. #RobSquad pic.twitter.com/ZQlMluFXU6
Carlton donated $20,000 on Saturday to the Bushfire Disaster Appeal, while Richmond players are auctioning off a signed jumper.
Greater Western Sydney has committed to join other sporting clubs from across the ACT in a range of activities through the year ahead, under the #weareone banner.
Blues AFLW star Tayla Harris' boots from the 2014 Women's Exhibition game where she represented Melbourne are currently fetching $8000 via her Instagram page.
Port Adelaide and Adelaide are also discussing the possibility of coming together for a Twenty20 charity cricket match to raise funds for the appeal.