Giuliani Auctioning Off Round to Benefit 9/11 Fireman

Former NYC Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is auctioning off the chance for one winner to play a round of golf with him to benefit The Stephen Siller Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to raising resources for seriously wounded firefighters, military, and children who have lost one or both parents in the line of duty. This rare chance to play golf with Mr. Giuliani, complimented with select outerwear from Peter Millar, will be up for auction on charity auction site through October 5th.

A member of the Siller Foundation, Giuliani's legacy was cemented with his calm demeanor, strong leadership and undeterred resolve in the wake of 9/11. He helped lead New York City through its darkest time and restore life to downtown Manhattan.

The golf outing is one of 75 packages being auctioned on to raise funds in conduction with The Stephen Siller Foundation Tunnel to Towers Run, which will be broadcast live on CBS this Sunday, September 26th. Dennis Miller, John Turturro, Wolf Blitzer, Jay Leno, Reuben Harley, Jon Stewart and many others have also donated experiences for the organization.

On 9/11, Stephen Siller - who was off-duty and on his way to meet his three brothers for golf - turned his truck around, strapped on 70 pounds of fireman's gear and ran 2 miles through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the Twin Towers to help save the lives of those in need. The Tunnel To Towers run traces Stephen's heroic last steps from Brooklyn, through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, to "Ground Zero."

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