Coronavirus United States The challenge inici the owner of the 76ers to help the most needy
Lto idea of helping families that ms require it during the pandemic, it was the creative motivation of the owner of the 76ers, Michael Rubin, who decided to organise an auction spectacular include as prizes the Super Bowl, the NBA finals and the ceremony inauguracin Games Olmpicos of Tokyo 2020.
Rubin explained that his intention is to help people who are going through hunger due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus, and to reach out to many places challenge to other athletes, and athletes to join the All In Challege, to donate something special for the auction.
On the guest list for the challenge is Tom Brady, Eli and Peyton Manning, singers Justin Bieber, Meek Mill and Robin Thicke; actors Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Hart and Matthew McConaughey; the filmmaker Martin Scorsese.
The money collected will go directly to four organizations that help the needy Feeding America, Meals on Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry.
The grand prize, which is donated by Rubin is to receive an experience of Super Bowl for 20 people besides tickets to the NBA finals, the Stanley Cup, The World Series, the Masters, the Final Four, the U.s. Open of tennis, the 500 Miles of Daytona and the ceremony inauguracin Games Olmpicos.
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