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Here’s your chance to have lunch with Apple CEO Tim Cook at Apple Park

If you want to pick the brain of one of the biggest, most prominent names in tech, you’re going to need money—a lot of it. But at least the cost is going to a good cause. Apple CEO Tim Cook partners once again with Charitybuzz to give fans a chance to have a one-hour lunch with him. It’s his fifth time hosting this charity lunch but it’ll be the first one that’ll be hosted at the new Apple Park campus. Like before, the winning bidder will get to bring one more person to the lunch. And while the meal is included in the bid, travel and accommodations aren’t. The bidding ends on May 16th at 3 p.m. EDT. At the moment there are already nine bids valued at US$84,888. The auction listing itself has an estimated value of US$100,000.

The proceeds for the auction will go to the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights. Cook became part of RFK Center’s board of directors last year after years of supporting the charity. RFK Center aims for a just and peaceful world by teaming up with human rights leaders, teaching social justice, and advancing corporate responsibility. Last year, the winning bid was at U$515,000, which is US$95,000 less than the largest amount raised during the first year Cook hosted this lunch.

Source: MacRumors

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