Apple CEO Tim Cook is back in the charity game again, this time auctioning off a lunch date to the support RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights. Mr. Cook is hoping to raise US$100,000, and considering how successful his last CharityBuzz auction was, that shouldn't be a problem.
The winning bidder gets an hour lunch for themselves and a friend with Mr. Cook at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino. The cost of lunch is covered, but getting there will be on your own dime.
Tim Cook hopes to raise $100,00 for human rights in CharityBuzz auction
The RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights was founded as a living memorial for Robert F. Kennedy by his friends and family. It is one of the world's leading human rights organizations and has been in operation since 1968.
This is Mr. Cook's second auction with CharityBuzz. In May 2014, an anonymous doner paid $610,000 to have coffee with Mr. Cook. The proceeds from that auction went to the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights, too.
The auction closes on May 13, and the bidding is already up over $62,000.
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