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Private dinner with Halle Berry part of UFC prize package in charitable fundraiser

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Dana White and the director of MMA fight film Bruised joined forces to raise money for the ALL IN Challenge.

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The ALL IN Challenge has raised just under $20 million dollars in the fight against food insecurity, and the celebrity-driven effort has two new boosters—Dana White and Halle Berry. 100% of the money raised will go directly to Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry.

The fundraiser offers both auctions and sweepstakes, with the prizes ranging from a hangout with the cast of Friends, to a game of golf at Pebble Beach with Bill Murray and Justin Timberlake. When the UFC decided to participate, Dana White wanted to design “the biggest, baddest UFC fan experience package that we have ever done.”

The list of experiences, as well as gifts, is long and impressive. In addition to the private dinner with Halle Berry, the winner and a guest will receive a training session with Forrest Griffin and Valentina Shevchenko at the UFC Performance Institute.

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Sit with Halle Berry at a UFC event and take home the BMF belt... without having to fight Jorge "Gamebred" Masvidal Dana White and UFC have accepted the #ALLINCHALLENGE, so all you need to do to participate is go to

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The winner and their guest will also get the opportunity to tagalong with White and Berry at a PPV event, attending everything from the ceremonial weigh-in to the post fight press conference, with a stop inside the Octagon after the main event.

Unsurprisingly, the winner will be put up in a four star Las Vegas hotel. During their three day stay, they will tour UFC HQ and be treated to lunch. Round trip airfare will be in business class. Which is pretty good. It’s not first class, mind you, but it’s decent.

The fine print UFC states that the winner can pick a PPV of their choice, “when it is safe to do so,” but if a PPV cannot be agreed upon, the UFC will choose for the winner.