Ian Rogers is auctioning off a private lunch to raise money for The Pablove Foundation through Charity Buzz. The highest bidder can choose Los Angeles or Cupertino with a starting bid of $600. The lunch is estimated to be a $3000 value.
Other Apple executives have offered gatherings to raise money for charities, most notably Eddie Cue and CEO Tim Cook. Cook raised over $600,000 and $300,000 on his first two fundraisers.
The Pablove Foundation invests in pediatric cancer research, and through the arts, helps children living with cancer.
Ian Rogers was CEO of Beats Music and since Apple bought Beats, he is now said to be directing iTunes Radio and Beats Music. Apple is notoriously secretive about its future plans, including how it will use Beats Music. Having some face-time with Ian Rogers might (or might not) shed some light on the future of streaming music. Anyway, it is for a good cause…