Microsoft's CEO, Satya Nadella, chose All In to give a lucky winner a behind-the-scenes look at the main Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington, and more, while at the same time raising money to help those in difficult times need help with food aid.
The Everything in challenge is a celebrity and athlete-sponsored sweepstakes initiative launched by Michael Rubin, CEO of the sportswear manufacturer fanaticSo far, this has raised $ 31 million from more than 600,000 individual donations. Funding goes to Feeding America, Meals on Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry.
In a video message announcing the Microsoft Prize Package, Nadella Walmart CEO Doug McMillion thanked for the challenge and said, "This is a time when we all have to come together to support the weakest."
A winner and a guest will receive all-inclusive access and insight into the technology giants, including the opportunity to "meet technology leaders, scientists, and developers who will show you interactive demos and tours of unique spaces" around the campus.
It has never been so important to get together and support the most vulnerable. We offer two fantastic experiences as part of the #AllInChallenge. Find out more at https://t.co/F5kics9Vve pic.twitter.com/f41UNdl6KI
– Satya Nadella (@satyanadella) May 4, 2020
Nadella promised a 30-minute personal mentoring session, described as an opportunity to "listen to his journey and ask questions to guide and develop your career goals and efforts." He also took the chance to win a walk-in role in the upcoming Showtime television series "Halo", which is based on the popular video game franchise.
Other tour highlights are:
- Microsoft tree houses for outdoor meeting rooms.
- Hardware labs and anechoic chamber.
- Mixed Reality Capture Studios.
- Lunch and a look behind the scenes of a Microsoft café.
Nadella joins a growing list of celebrities and others who use their voices and experiences to attract donors. For example, McMillon's package includes an opportunity to to open a product to the Walmart CEO or the opportunity to do so Shade him for a day.
Actor Chris Pratt also offered the chance to be eaten by a dinosaur in "Jurassic World: Dominion".
Nadella ended his video by challenging Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson and Nike CEO John Donahoe.
Visit the All In Challenge page Learn more about the Microsoft pricing package and terms and conditions.