We may never know whether it was the Rolex Daytona, the VIP weekend for Kansas City Chiefs fans or dinner with Super Bowl winner All-Pro right tackle Mitchell Schwartz that pushed the price so high, but the entire package sold for an amazing $55,000 as part of the All In Challenge that is raising money to help feed families of front line healthcare workers.
Leaders from the worlds of sport, entertainment and business have been lending their celebrity fundraising power to the All In Challenge, which auctions or sells raffle tickets for money-can’t-buy experiences.
Almost $52 million has already been raised by people bidding for experiences such as a putting lesson from Tiger Woods, getting eaten by a Jurassic Park dinosaur along with Hollywood star Chris Pratt and lunch with Kim Kardashian West and her sisters in Los Angeles.
Pre-owned watch specialist Watchbox donated a Rolex Daytona 116500LN-0002 worth around $20,000 to a package that includes a game day experience at Arrowhead Stadium followed by dinner cooked by Mitchell Schwartz who, along with being one of the most effective tackles in the NFL, is also a food blogger and cooking show host.
Money raised by the All In Challenge is going to Feeding America, Meals on Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry.