Wu-Tang Clan Partners with StockX to Raise Money for Charity

Wu-Tang StockX charity

Interested in winning some of the Wu-Tang Clan’s gear? Thanks to the Wu-Tang Foundation and StockX, you’re wishes are about to come.

On Tuesday (Mar. 13), StockX announced its charity initiative, StockX Charity IPOs, aimed at partnering big celebrities for big causes. And, have partnered with Wu-Tang to kick things off.

The company launched a test run in 2017 to see if the charity initiative would be a success, and after $700,000 raised, it was clear that StockX was on to something.

This week, Wu-Tang Clan becomes the first celebrity group to partner with StockX, allowing consumers the chance to win items signed and worn by RZA, GZA, Raekwon, Method Man, Ghostface Killah, DJ Mathematics, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa and U-God.

A total of eight names will be drawn at random, and those winners — in order — will be allowed to select the prize of their choice. Each entry cost $10 and is open  from now until Friday (Mar. 16) at 11:59 p.m. EDT at Stockx.com.

All proceeds will go straight to the Wu-Tang Foundation, which benefits children from marginalized and overlooked communities.

Previous initiatives raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for hurricane relief and multiple foundations with help from celebs such as Lebron James, Eminem, and Mark Wahlberg.