“Artists for peace and justice” collected 1.2 million dollars thanks to Bovet

"Artists for peace and justice" collected 1.2 million dollars thanks to Bovet

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“Artists for peace and justice” collected 1.2 million dollars thanks to Bovet
Mark supported the Foundation Charitable Festival
On September 15, during the International Film Festival in Toronto, with the support of BOVET 1822, the annual charitable festival of the Artists for Peace and Justice Foundation was held. Founded by the director Paul Haggis, the Foundation “Artists for Peace and Justice” struggles with poverty around the world. Currently, the Fund implements the program of helping the poorest community to Haiti in the creation of education and health programs. The festival, which was attended by the owner of Bovet 1822 Pascal Raffi, founder of the Floor Paul Haggis, awarded the Knight’s title of Lady Helen Mirren, Susan Sarandon and George Strombalosulos, was able to collect the amount of 1.2 million dollars.
Affiliate relations between Bovet 1822 and the Artist Foundation for Peace and Justice began in early 2012, and at the end of 2013, BOVET 1822 has committed a commitment to sacrifice $ 1 million a year for the implementation of training programs on Haiti, including the creation “Academy for peace and justice.” An exception did not and this year.
Guests of the festival pleased with his speech the owner of the Grammy Prize Mobi. Tom’s musician, Tomi, also entered the scene with his compositions awarded the Juno award. Helen Mirren presented to members of the board “Artists for peace and justice” Actress Susan Sarandon, who was awarded the Foundation.

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