Justin Bieber auctioning off home visit and serenade to support hunger relief efforts

Apr 15 2020, 9:10 am

All the time you’ve been spending at home has probably opened up more opportunities for daydreams.

You know, like the recurring one where Justin Bieber pops by your house for a visit and sings “One Less Lonely Girl” directly to you?

If you can relate, it’s your lucky day, because for one lucky person, that daydream will soon be a reality.

In order to support the hunger relief efforts put forth by the ALL IN Challenge, Justin Bieber is auctioning off exactly that — a home visit and a serenade of the beloved 2009 bop.

 

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The ALL IN Challenge aims to snag the title of the world’s largest digital fundraiser in history, by means of raising tens of millions of dollars to feed those in need. The reason being, food insecurity is always an issue, and now, under the current circumstances, the problem is mounting.

The process is simple, celebrities from across North America are auctioning off once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and donations equal entries.

On the page dedicated to Bieber’s offer, $10 buys you 10 entries, $50 buys you 100, and $100 buys you 200.

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

Among those most in need who will be aided by the auction are students who rely on schools that are currently closed for several meals per week, the newly unemployed, and vulnerable elderly populations.

If an experience with Bieber doesn’t pique your fancy but you still want to get involved, you can check out the ALL IN Challenge website here.

Offers from big names like Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Ryan Seacrest, and Tony Hawk are also on the table.

The auction is open to Canadian residents, save for those in Quebec, and individuals across the US. For winners, prize delivery time will be mutually agreed upon and will be organized for when these types of experiences are safe again.