Schapelle Corby has been back on Australian soil for just over a week now, sharing a selfie of herself and her siblings on Instagram to celebrate.
The convicted drug smuggler, who spent the past 13 years in Bali, has been using all of the media attention she's been getting to highlight missing children cases.
First, Schapelle held up a photo of missing boy William Tyrrell on her handbag when leaving Bali.
She then posted a photo of him to her Instagram account to her following of 196k, before posting another image of missing girl Hayley Dodd.
Now the 39-year-old is going one step further by auctioning her parole book on eBay, with all proceeds going to child rescue charity Project Rescue Children.
PRC shared the auction to their Facebook page, writing, "Schapelle has kindly donated it to help raise funds in order for PRC to help children affected by child prostitution, trafficking and exploitation."
"Schapelle walked free from prison with the clothes on her back and this Parole Book only."
The auction was posted less than 24 hours ago and is already at $6,100.