Kimbal Musk, Elon’s brother, a Tesla board member, and an accomplished restaurateur is giving away his Tesla Model 3, the 6th one ever made, in order to raise money for his organization that provides learning gardens for children.

Here’s how you can help and get a chance to win the Model 3 for as little as $10.

Kimbal owns The Kitchen, a chain of restaurants located across the American Heartland.

Through his experience in the restaurant business, he has been promoting “real food” and he co-founded a non-profit called Big Green, which has already built hundreds of outdoor “Learning Gardens” in schoolyards to familiarize children with where food comes from.

Here’s the description from the campaign’s website:

“Big Green builds a healthier future for kids by connecting them to real food through a nationwide network of Learning Gardens and food literacy programs. Your donation will help Big Green establish a culture in schools that promotes youth wellness and reduce preventable diet-related health disparities. Just $50 can provide seeds, plants and supplies for a single school’s garden for a whole year, so think of the difference we can all make together. The more children who have the opportunity to learn, play and grow in healthy communities, the more we can build lifelong healthy habits for kids.”

Now in order to expand the program, he is launching a campaign to give away his Model 3 with a random drawing. You can participate on Omaze’s website by buying entries starting at $10 for 100 entries.

Musk says that he picked every option available on his Model 3. They describe the car on the campaign’s website:

“Close your eyes and imagine driving a car so smooth, you forget you’re even driving. And even if you do forget, it’s okay because that car is a Tesla Model 3 and able to drive itself. Now open your eyes and soak up the awesomeness of that car actually being yours! This isn’t just any Model 3 either—you’ll drive home in Kimbal Musk’s personal, sixth-ever-made, fully loaded Model 3. We’re talking everything from voice-activated controls and Wi-Fi/LTE connectivity to a premium audio system and LED fog lamps. Plus, the Long Range battery, which will keep you going for over 300 miles. This Tesla hasn’t been to space, but it’s still out of this world. With the taxes covered too, it’s time to buckle up and hit the road.”

The campaign will be running until the end of April at which point they will hold the drawing and give away the vehicle.

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