Buy These Celebrity Cars: Fight Hunger From COVID-19

The “All-In Challenge” lets you bid for personal prized possessions and once-in-a-lifetime experiences from celebrities, sports figures, sports teams, musicians, and entertainers. The online auctions raise money that will then go towards food for recently unemployed. Also elderly and vulnerable due to the coronavirus crisis will have food donated. All of the donated money from winning bidders pays for the food and distributes it so people don’t go hungry. There are two items of interest to car enthusiasts so far. They are retired quarterback Eli Manning’s 2012 Corvette convertible and rapper Meek Mills’ 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom. Bid to buy one of these cars and fight hunger for millions of Americans affected by the coronavirus.

Millions are facing hunger from the lockdown to fight COVID-19

The worldwide pandemic COVID-19 has killed 33,000 so far in the US and 155,000 worldwide. Millions of people in the US have lost jobs or had their pay significantly reduced due to the government shutdowns to help fight the virus. Because of this millions are now facing hunger from lack of income or due to being elderly and shut-in. 

The All-In Challenge offers a wide range of personal possessions or experiences like a round of golf with Justin Timberlake and Bill Murray or Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay home opener game jersey and dinner after the game. There are lots of these auctions on the All-In Challenge website right now. 

Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning’s Corvette Convertible could be yours

Eli Manning 2012 Corvette convertible | All-In Challenge
Eli Manning 2012 Corvette convertible | All-In Challenge

Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning received a 2012 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible Centennial Edition as part of his Super Bowl winnings that year. The winning bidder will receive the Corvette delivered to that person’s house personally by Manning himself. “Feel the wind in your hair and as you hit the open road in an authentic Super Bowl MVP award,” the description says. 

The money bid by the auction winner will go to Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Kitchen, and No Kid Hungry for food relief. The current bid is at $110,000.

Rapper Meek Mills’ Rolls-Royce Phantom could be yours

Meek Mills 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom | All-In Challenge
Meek Mills 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom | All-In Challenge

Rapper Meek Mills’ personal 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom was written about in his debut album and used in promotions for the album “Dreams and Nightmares.” The description says, “Picture yourself rolling up on the scene in this one-of-a-kind work of art, stepping out from the solace of the quietest cabin ever conceived.” The current bid stands at $320,000 as of this writing. 

Fanatics founder and executive chairman Michael Rubin along with Alan Tisch and Gary Vaynerchuk came up with the All-In Challenge. As of now, the challenge has raised over $9 million and counting. The bidding started on April 14 and will continue “until we reach our goal of tens of millions of dollars,” it says on the site.

There’s more than celebrity cars, check out the site

The rules and specifics of each auction can be found on the All-In Challenge site. Additional auctions are being added daily. It’s fun to peruse the site and check out some of the items and experiences listed. Many of the auctions start with only a $10 bid, though all of them ramp up quickly. 

Have some fun, donate to a worthy cause, and ride away with a cool car.