Daniel Craig Joins Bovet at Artists for Peace and Justice Holiday Gala

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Susan Sarandon, Daniel Craig, Paul Haggis and Pascal Raffy

Earlier this month luxury watchmaker Bovet hosted a special gala in support of Artists for Peace and Justice. On December 10, Bovet owner Mr. Pascal Raffy joined Daniel Craig, Susan Sarandon, Chuck Close, Heather Graham, and the foundation’s board members at the Artists for Peace and Justice’s New York City Holiday Gala.

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The event raised more than $700,000 for the foundation’s programs, which aim to improve the future of Haiti’s children through education. Mr Raffy also announced, along with the help of Academy Award-winning director Paul Haggis, the continuation of the partnership between Bovet and APJ, which raised over $1,800,000 this year.

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Five years since its start, Artists for Peace and Justice has built Haiti’s largest free high school and first free vocational college, providing over 2,200 underprivileged children the opportunity to continue their education beyond fifth grade. Committed to continuing these efforts toward a brighter future, BOVET 1822 is pleased to announce a minimum five year partnership with APJ.

Photos courtesy Bovet.

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