Tesla is finding it tough to manufacture the required amount of Tesla Model 3 cars due to it’s high demand. Elon Musk’s brother, Kimbal Musk is planning on giving away the Tesla Model 3 car for the charity that he has created.
He is the Tesla’s board member, a trained chef and restaurant owner and has charity owned by the name Big Green as well. He is planning on giving away his own car which is sixth ever built and is giving away with the ticket for $10. He plans on planting gardens in city schools to produce healthy food.
“It’s by far the most high-demand car in the world,” Kimbal Musk said. “It’s very special owning one of the first cars ever made.” The charity has already built gardens which provide healthy food in as much as 500 schools.
The description of the campaign in the website is given as:
“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 Kimbal’s next charity spot is Detroit, which is the home to the automobile making company Tesla and will be working on their city schools.