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Bovet 1822 - Brilliant is Beautiful Gala

Bovet 1822 Brilliant is Beautiful Gala

Petra Nemcova was honoured by BOVET and Artists for Peace and Justice at the Brilliant is Beautiful Gala.

Pascal Raffy, owner of BOVET, Paul Haggis, APJ founder and multi Academy Award winning filmmaker, Kim Cattrall, Elizabeth Hurley, Arizona Muse, Nicole Scherzinger, Caroline Stanbury, Mike and Sukey Novogratz, explorer Johan Ernst Nilson, and The Duchess of York came together at Claridge’s, on London, for an intimate benefit dinner in support of women’s education. The auspicious evening of fundraising by Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ), was supported by London’s leading cultural icons to benefit Brilliant is Beautiful, which is a global fund that provides underprivileged women and girls with secondary education.

A sum of over half a million pounds was raised at this year’s Brilliant is Beautiful event which honoured inspirational activist Petra Nemcova, who founded the Happy Hearts Fund, in recognition of her extraordinary commitment towards activism on behalf of the poorest communities on the planet with particular focus on promoting women’s education and human rights.

“We are proud that coming together in London was again a success and that we can help guarantee 100% of every pound raised directly to supporting Brilliant is Beautiful initiatives.” says Pascal Raffy. “BOVET has been an indefatigable supporter of APJ since 2013 based on a dedication to upholding the same valued and respected qualities– a commitment to excellence through education, integrity and transparency.”

The Gala helps raise vital funding for worldwide educational programs serving some of the neediest young girls in Haiti, Kenya, Pakistan, Peru and Uganda, through the Academy for Peace and Justice, Many Hopes, Iqra Fund, Happy Hearts Fund and Hope North.

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