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Justin Bieber Will Fly To A Fan’s Home For Coronavirus Charity

 

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I continually say that it’s the responsibility of leaders in sports and business to step up and make a real difference during the most difficult times!! Being stuck at home with no sports and watching WAY too much news, my heart bleeds for everyone affected by this horrible virus and I keep thinking … what else can we do and where can we make an immediate impact?  So, today we’re launching the ALL-IN Challenge with the goal of uniting the sports, business and entertainment communities to start the largest digital fundraising movement ever by raising tens of millions of dollars or more to help provide food for the growing number of people in need that COVID-19 crisis has created!  So I’m challenging every athlete, sports team owner, sports league, artist, celebrity and business titan to go all in with me. How does it work? It’s simple – post a video accepting the challenge, explain why you want to get involved and then unveil what your donation is.  BUT it can’t be just some run-of-the-mill item – to go ALL IN, you need to give away one of your most cherished possessions or create a once-in-a-lifetime fan experience that will be auctioned off at allinchallenge.com.  And one last rule – you must challenge a few others to do the same. Go to allinchallenge.com to learn more. 100% of all money raised from the ALL-IN challenge goes to feeding people in need!  Special thanks to one of my closest friends @alantisch , who has been working on this 24/7 since this idea came into my brain and longtime friend @garyvee along with the entire @fanatics organization that has been working tirelessly to make this happen, and maybe the only company on the planet that can pull this off in two weeks!! LETS GO!! #ALLINCHALLENGE

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Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin’s list of big names for his COVID-19 relief challenge is growing by the minute.

Kevin Hart, Magic Johnson, Justin Bieber, Tony Hawk, Meek Mill and Ryan Seacrest have take the #AllInChallenge. Celebrities will offer personal experiences with fans who donate to help hungry Americans affected by the Coronavirus.

Ten dollars can get you a role in Kevin Hart’s next movie or a day with Ryan Seacrest. Meek Mill is auctioning off his 2019 Rolls-Royce Phantom with a $200 thousand opening bid.

Justin Bieber will fly to a fan’s home and serenade them with his song, “One Less Lonely Girl.” WWE’s The Undertaker is going “All In” and has now challenged Post Malone and welding maser, Jesse James. Your move Posty…

 

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I’m going ALL IN for the ALL-IN Challenge and kicking it off the right way! This challenge is all about taking what might be a typical donation and making it EXTRAORDINARY to help feed those in need during this devastating crisis!! So one lucky person is going to win the sports experience of a lifetime – I’m not sure any sports fan has ever done this!! Go to allinchallenge.com and donate $10 or $25 for a chance to win this incredible experience. Per my last video my challenge went out to my guys @kevinhart4real , @meekmill , @joelembiid , @bensimmons , @arod , @magicjohnson and at my daughter @krubinn suggestion TikTok stars @charlidamelio and @dixiedamelio ! Let’s Go!!! #ALLINCHALLENGE

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