By on

Matthew McConaughey – recently voted as having one of the best sets of abs in Hollywood – has teamed up with Ebay to auction off a one-of-a-kind 2007 Knockout Motorcycle Co. Commemorative Texas Longhorn Themed Bobber Motorcycle, plus tickets for two to the University Of Texas football game for charity.

“I’m going to be auctioning off my UT motorcycle, and offering you the opportunity to get some of these other goodies,” said the 38-year-old actor, soon to be seen in his upcoming movie, Surfer, Dude. “We’ve got a package for you. It contains UT football tickets, Surfer Dude premiere tickets, signed Just Keep Living T-Shirts, signed Surfer Dude posters, and headshots [photos] if you want ’em. 100% of the proceeds are going to benefit the Just Keep Living Foundation. This Foundation is dedicated to helping boys and girls transform and become good men and women. How? Well, through programs that teach the importance of decision-making, health – mental, physical, and spiritual – education, and good all-round active living.”

McConaughey set up the JK Livin Foundation – the Just Keep Living Foundation – due to his interest in helping young people to live fuller lives. The Foundation has recently partnered with Communities in Schools to implement fitness and wellness programs. The JK Livin afterschool program will give children a healthy start in life and the promise of a healthy future.

The current bid on the motorcycle is around $15,000, and the auction ends on August 23. Bidders can access the auction through eBay Giving Works.

comments powered by Disqus

Latest news

Dancers For Good To Host Third Annual Benefit In East Hampton

Dancers For Good To Host Third Annual Benefit In East Hampton Jul 18, 2018

Dancers For Good, the magical Benefit evening of dance, will feature an extraordinary line-up of performances by renowned companies and choreographers such as Amy Marshall Dance Company, Carolyn Dorfman Dance, Eryc Taylor Dance, Martha Graham Dance Company, Pam Tanowitz Dance, Paul Taylor Dance Company, Rock the Ballet and a special tribute to Broadway’s CHICAGO The Musical! More
More news