Here to Serve: Star-Studded Artists For Peace And Justice Gala Raises $1.1 Million

An impressive 1.1 million dollars was raised at the annual Artists for Peace and Justice (Apj) Festival Gala, presented by Bovet 1822, held at the Art Gallery of Ontario (Ago).

Morgan Spurlock, Cuba Gooding Jr., Ben Stiller, Jackson Browne, Natasha Koifman, Paul Haggis, Yannick Bisson and Suzanne Boyd

Credit/Copyright: George Pimentel

Co-chaired by Natasha Koifman and Suzanne Boyd, the event was co-hosted by an influential team, including Apj Founder, Paul Haggis, Cuba Gooding Jr., Ben Stiller, Shantelle and Yannick Bisson, George Stroumboulopoulos and Audrey Raffy, daughter of Bovet 1822 owner Pascal Raffy. The event kicked off with a surprise for guests in attendance, when Apj CEO David Belle and Haggis called on notable attendees to join them in the spirit of social justice and activism to help serve the meal. All the co-hosts jumped up from their seats and proceeded to serve the guests.

Later that evening, Haggis and Belle with Bovet

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