Last week, Robert Kraft joined a long list of celebrities taking on the "All in Challenge" when he announced he would be raffling off his Super Bowl LI ring to raise money for those experience food insecurity in the wake of COVID-19. The bidding on his Super Bowl ring is up to more than $1 million, and now the Patriots are at it again.
In a video, James White shared the next incredible opportunity up for auction to benefit great causes. The Patriots are offering up a unique road trip experience to the highest bidder. The winner and a guest will fly to an away game of their choice on the Patriots team plane, stay at the team hotel, meet Patriots players the night before the game, watch pregame warm-ups from the team bench area and receive a game ball to take home.
Not a bad way to spend a weekend. The bidding is now open, so may the highest bidder win.
The All in Challenge was created by Fanatics Executive Chairman Michael Rubin to raise money for non-profits while offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences to donors. Overall, the All in Challenge has raised more than $43 million with nearly 400 celebrities and athletes participating. All of the proceeds raised will benefit non-profits like Meals on Wheels, World Central Kitchen, No Kid Hungry and Feeding America. You can learn more about the challenge and the corresponding foundation here.