If you'd like to own a screen-used Michael Myers mask, an online charity auction has gone live from the recently formed sCare Foundation. The sCare Foundation (Suspense Community Allocating Relief and Empowerment) is a "non-profit organization dedicated to alleviating the hardships of poverty and homelessness facing today’s youth throughout Northern America".

Started by Malek Akkad, producer of the Halloween franchise, a screen-used mask from Halloween: Resurrection is being offered as the first item from the foundation:

"Bid now on this authentic screen-used Michael Myers mask worn by actor Brad Loree in the 2002 film, Halloween: Resurrection. Mask comes directly from the producers behind the iconic horror series, and is signed by director, Rick Rosenthal, complete with a certificate of authenticity.

All other screen-used masks have been destroyed or sit in private collections, making this rare piece of memorabilia a must for Halloween fans."

The current bid is at $1,100 and all profits go to the sCare Foundation. For more information or to place a bid, visit their auction page at charitybuzz.