Tom Brady is donating Tampa Bay Bucs tickets, dinner and other perks for All-In Challenge

If you’re interested, bidding starts at $50,000.

click to enlarge Tom Brady is donating Tampa Bay Bucs tickets, dinner and other perks for All-In Challenge
Screengrab via Tom Brady/Twitter

If you’ve ever wanted to workout or have a “mostly plant” dinner with Tom Brady, you might be in luck.

On Wednesday morning, the newly-signed Buccaneers quarterback joined the All In Challenge, a digital fundraiser that is addressing food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic.

The six-time Super Bowl MVP is offering tickets to his first Tampa Bay Buccaneers home game for the highest bidder and three of their friends, a pair of his Under Armor cleats, a game-worn jersey and either a private workout or dinner after the game.

If you’re interested, bidding starts at $50,000 and can be done here.

In a video posted to Twitter, Brady challenged his wife Gisele Bündchen, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Drake, who he said was one of his “buddies,” to join the challenge.

“I am all in for coronavirus relief,” Brady said. “And I hope we can reach our goal of raising $100 million to support the front-line workers, the elderly, the children, through some great causes and some great charities like Feeding America along with other great ones in the community that are doing incredible work."


The fundraiser was created by Fanatics founder and executive chairman Michael Rubin who is challenging the world's top musicians, athletes and entertainers to donate prized possessions or create once in a lifetime experiences for the top bidders.

Other celebrities who have already joined the challenge include rapper Quavo, actor Rob Lowe and skateboarding legend Tony Hawk.

All of the proceeds to the All In Challenge will go directly to Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry.

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