What is the celebrity “All In Challenge” and how do you play?

Michael Rubin, part owner of the 76ers and founder of Fanatics, created the “All In Challenge” this week and major celebs are jumping on board. It’s digital fundraising effort that offers "once-in-a-lifetime experiences" from sports, music and entertainment figures in exchange for small donations. 100% of the money raised will be donated to Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, World Central Kitchen, America's Food Fund, and Feeding America. 

Participants donate a prized possession or a once-in-a-lifetime fan experience that money can’t buy, and people enter for a chance to win them for as little as $10.

Here’s a look at what the celebrities are offering:

Leonardo DiCaprio Robert DeNiro – You’d get the chance to work with them and Martin Scorsese on their next film, “Killer of the Flower Moon.” You’ll get a walk-on role, a day on the set, and a chance to attend the premiere. 

Ellen DeGeneres – You’ll get to spend a day as the co-host for her show. In addition to learning the ins and outs of how the show is put together, you’ll also get a ride home from Andy. In addition, she also announced that she and her wife, Portia di Rossi, would be making a personal donation of a million dollars. 

Justin Timberlake – You’ll get to play a round of golf with him and Bill Murray at Pebble Beach. Afterwards, there will be dinner at the 19th hole.

Kevin Hart - a “movie star experience” with a speaking role in his next movie, luxury items like a trailer, an assistant, car service — the “full sha-bang.”

Matthew McConaughey - he’s opening up his private suite at Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium for one fan and their guest to share a special game day experience with him.

Justin Bieber - He will fly to the winner’s home town for a personal serenading.


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