Some celebrities have joined the challenge #AllinChallenge to help the most needy people during the pandemic coronavirus Covid-19 the world is facing, as not all have the same resources.
This week, several celebrities, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Justin Bieber and Kevin Hart, announced their support for the #AllInChallenge through their social networks, in which each auction unique experiences to raise funds for food aid.
In a video on Twitter, the actor of “Titanic” and the actor of “Taxi Driver,” announced their support for the program, giving fans the chance to visit them on the set of his next film and attend the premiere of “Killers of the Flower Moon”, directed by Martin Scorsese.
DiCaprio and De Niro defied Matthew McConaughey, Ellen DeGeneres and Jamie Foxx.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work with Martin Scorsese, De Niro & myself? Here’s your chance. Visit https://t.co/E5K5SBHeM4 to take part and donate what you can.
Matthew McConaughey, @TheEllenShow, @IamJamieFoxx, will you go all in with us? #AllinChallenge pic.twitter.com/dyBGDcK5v2
— Leonardo DiCaprio (@LeoDiCaprio) April 15, 2020
While Justin Bieber she posted a video on Instagram which mentions that the person who won will have the opportunity of the husband of Hailey Baldwin fly to your city, I came to your house and sing “One Less Lonely Girl”.
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On the other hand, Kevin Hart auctioned off the opportunity to have a role in his next film.
The All In Challenge, started by the founder of the Fanatics, Michael Rubin, a partner of the Philadelphia 76ers, was associated with Alan Tisch and Gary Vaynerchuk to launch the challenge, which includes items from auctions and raffles of celebrities in the world of sports, music and entertainment.
“We are launching the challenge All-in with the goal of uniting the communities of sports, business and entertainment to start the movement of fundraising largest digital history and to gather millions of dollars to help provide food to people who have been affected by the crisis of Covid-19. Therefore, I am challenging all athletes, owners of sports teams, sports leagues, artists, celebrities and business owners to join me,” Rubin wrote in a post on Instagram.
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Money raised will benefit Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund, which directly benefits Feed America and World Central Kitchen.
Other celebrities who have participated in the challenge are Meek Mill, Ryan Seacrest, Magic Johnson, Dwyane Wade, among others.
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