Wednesday 26th July 2017: St. Tropez, France
Since 1998, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation (LDF) has been on a mission to protect the Earth’s last wild places, implementing solutions that restore balance to threatened ecosystems, and ensure the long-term health and wellbeing of all its inhabitants. The LDF brings attention and needed funding to three areas: protecting biodiversity, ocean & forest conservation, and climate change. Currently LDF supports over 70 high-impact projects in more than 40 countries around the world.
The 2016 Foundation Gala raised nearly $45 Million to help support the foundation’s mission of protecting the earth from climate change and environmental crisis. The event was hosted by Leonardo DiCaprio (founder and chairman of the foundation), Mulutin Gatsby (concept creator for the evening), Terry Tamminen (LDF Chief Executive Officer) and Justin Winters (LDF Executive Director). Albert II, Prince of Monaco was honored with the foundation’s first “New World Leadership Award,” which recognizes the legacy of environmental conservation displayed by its recipient.
Simon de Pury conducted the live auction, which was filled with unique experiences, luxury collectibles and memorabilia – including personal items given by DiCaprio, and a collection of fine art from universally renowned artists Jeff Koons, Pablo Picasso, Urs Fischer, Olafur Eliasson, and Adrian Villar Rojas, among many others. Event Chairs included Boris F.J. Collardi, CEO of Julius Baer, Philippe Cousteau, Jonah Hill, Kate Hudson, Tobey Maguire, Edward Norton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Caroline Scheufele, Kevin Spacey, Cate Blanchett, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Robert De Niro, Scarlett Johansson, and Charlize Theron.
The 2015 Foundation Gala raised $40 Million to benefit LDF, with the live auction presented by long-term partner Julius Baer and co-sponsors Chopard and Armani. The auction opened with Leonardo offering several personal items up for bid, including his own Rolex Daytona Cosmograph watch, and Andy Warhol and Bansky artworks from his personal collection, which raised $2 million. The event also featured an extensive live auction of fine art, luxury items, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences conducted by Simon de Pury, some highlights of which included:
Venue: The Domain Bertraud Belieu Vineyard in St. Tropez, France
- TICKET(S) at £8,000
(preferred dinner seating, listing on printed materials)
- GORILLA PROTECTOR TICKET(S) at £12,000
(premium dinner seating, “Gorilla Protector” listing on printed materials)
- SHARK PROTECTOR TICKET(S) at £18,000
(prime dinner seating, “Shark Protector” listing on printed materials)
- TIGER PROTECTOR TICKET(S) at £25,000
(premier dinner seating, “Tiger Protector” listing on printed materials)
- RAINFOREST STEWARD PACKAGE(S) at £75,000
(preferred dinner seating for 10 guests, “Rainforest Steward” listing on printed materials)
- OCEAN STEWARD PACKAGE(S) at £100,000
(premium dinner seating for 10 guests, “Ocean Steward” listing on printed materials)
- EARTH PROTECTOR PACKAGE(S) at £150,000
(prime dinner seating for 12 guests, “Earth Protector” listing on printed materials)
- GRAND EARTH PROTECTOR PACKAGE(S) at £200,000
(premier dinner seating for 12 guests, “Grand Earth Protector” listing on printed materials)
Preferred seating will be slightly further back but with good views of the stage.
Premium seating will be very well placed in the room (central but not the front rows).
Prime seating will be in the front rows.
Premier seating will be the best seating in the house.
All prices are subject to VAT.
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