Theo Epstein and the Cubs are offering the ultimate Wrigley Field weekend for charity
As part of the All In Challenge, Theo Epstein and the Cubs are offering up an ultimate Wrigley Field weekend for the 2021 season.
In a video Tweeted out by the Cubs account Thursday evening, the president of baseball operations ran down the complete package for charity. He was nominated by Eddie Vedder, Cubs superfan and Pearl Jam frontman.
The All In Challenge is providing food to those in need, including frontline workers, kids and the elderly.
In an effort to raise money for the movement, Epstein and the Cubs are offering a package for one fan to invite three friends or family members for an epic three-day home series at Wrigley Field.
The winning bidder will get their stay at Hotel Zachary covered, plus food, beverages, pregame VIP on-field access, the opportunity to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before one of the games, catch the Seventh Inning Stretch from the press box, tour the clubhouse and Wrigley Field scoreboard, meet manager David Ross and some of the players and also spend time in Epstein’s suite with the Cubs baseball operations department.
It also includes tickets to the game — one day in the club box, one in the bleachers and one game on the rooftops.
One hundred percent of the money raised by the All In Challenge will go directly to Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry.
To bid on the package, head here.