One week after donating 750,000 meals to support Feeding Tampa Bay, Tom Brady is at it once again, this time donating a few things that any new, or old Brady fan would cherish.
Brady has decided to participate in the “All-In Challenge,” a new challenge that’s primary goal is to help those who are most vulnerable receive the food they so desperately need. This is done through raising awareness and garnering donations to support organizations like Feeding America, Meals on Wheels, World Central Kitchen, and No Kid Hungry, with 100% of donations being given to these organizations.
This challenge was created by the founder and executive chairman of Fanatics, along with the support of others, in order to support those struggling with the effects of COVID-19. Rubin had this to say about the inspiration for creating the challenge:
“COVID-19 has impacted our lives in such an unprecedented way, but through it all, I’ve been encouraged by our country’s relentless desire to help others, especially around the ever-growing number of families now struggling to find food.”
The challenge, which is sponsored by the All In Challenge Foundation, is garnering the support from celebrities and athletes everywhere in order to bring “once in a lifetime” experiences for lucky bidders.
Tom Brady posted this morning to Twitter, explaining his support for this challenge, as well as what can be won by bidding on his offer:
I accept the #ALLINCHALLENGE. Watch the video & go to https://t.co/bRtYgf65MS to get involved. I challenge my wife @giseleofficial, my buddy @drake & YOU @nflcommish to go ALL IN! pic.twitter.com/QDeBNEM0rf— @tombrady (@TomBrady) April 15, 2020
Included in the spoils are tickets to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers home opener, Brady’s first game-worn jersey and cleats, as well as the choice of a private dinner or workout with Tom for the winner and three friends.
The bidding on this starts at $50,000 and can be bid on here, but think fast! This auction is only up until April 28th.
In the video, Brady calls upon his wife Gisele, “one of [his] buddies,” Drake, as well as the commissioner himself, Roger Goodell to participate in auctioning their “once in a lifetime” experiences to support those who are struggling with hunger during this time.
With all the uncertainty going on in the world, it’s really nice to see everyone coming together to support one another.