A number of celebrity pieces, including the actor's watch, are being auctioned off to raise money for the organisation "Homes for our Troops."
The list also includes going to work with Ben Stiller, having lunch with Paul Rudd, and talking to Jason Sudeikis on Zoom.
Online talks with Bryan Cranston, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Whoopi Goldberg are available, and bidders can compete for an hour-long tennis instruction with Andy Roddick.
Warriors Day online fundraising event benefits "Homes for our Troops," a nonprofit organisation that constructs and donates bespoke homes for 9/11 veterans who have been injured.
The Veterans Day Celebrity Auction is in its sixth year, with bidding beginning on November 3 and running through November 13.
A publicly financed non-profit organisation called "Homes for our Troops" claims to help veterans "rebuild their lives."
According to the organization's mission statement, the majority of these soldiers have suffered disabilities like multiple limb amputations, complete or partial paralysis, and/or severe traumatic brain injuries.
"These houses allow our veterans to put their attention on their families, their recuperation, and rebuilding their lives while restoring some of the freedom and independence they gave up while protecting our nation.
Nearly 90 cents of every dollar spent on the program's services for veterans since its launch in 2004.