Coronavirus: 76ers Co-Owner Michael Rubin Uses Celebrities To Raise Money

Michael Rubin, the Fanatics pro-sports-gear seller and Sixers co-owner, has started to raise money to feed poor people as the economy slows with help from his celebrity friends.

Rubin worked his contacts in the sports and entertainment business community, directing proceeds to food charities Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund, the Leonardo DiCaprio-Lorene Jobs effort.

The donations had already topped $4.5 million by Wednesday evening. The money will go to Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund, which directly benefits Feeding America and World Central Kitchen.

Celebrities so far include:

Meek Mill giving away his $200,000 Rolls Royce.

Drake will fly you and a friend to L.A. on his private plane 'Air Drake' to hang with him and his crew and even give you tickets to his show when he comes to town.

Kevin Hart, Leonardo Dicaprio and Robert De Niro will let you act alongside them in their new movie.

You could event go on a date with Boston Celtics Jayson Tatum.

Visit for how to participate.

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