Eco-Artist and Philanthropist Natalia Kapchuk attended Better World Fund Gala Dinner and Charity Auction during which her artwork Planet of Love (2022) was sold

On the 21st of May, the remarkable educational and advocacy platform, the Better World Fund (BWF), hosted an exceptional Gala Dinner at the prestigious Carlton Cannes Hotel during the Cannes Film Festival 2023. The program advocates for sustainable growth, addresses international health issues, provides educational prospects, and endorses global peace and security worldwide.

Special guests enjoyed an award ceremony, a charity auction, and exclusive artistic performances. Among the artists were violinist and composer Yury Revich – Olario, ÉLIE BNC & A CHILDREN’S CHOIR, pianist and composer Georges Tomb, American singer and pianist Liz McComb, and more.

Contemporary artist, environmentalist, and philanthropist Natalia Kapchuk attended the event as a proud ambassador of the Better World Fund (BWF), as well as a supporter of numerous non-profit organizations developing environmental and humanitarian programs that aim to provide a better life for current and future generations. As a part of this essential event, the artist was proud to donate her artwork, “Planet of Love” (2022), from the recognizable “The Lost Planet” series to the Better World Fund Charity Auction. The proceeds from the auction benefited the Akbaraly Foundation and the Amazonia Fund Alliance, which aim to promote positive social and ecological changes.

The Charity Auction started in an online format at the end of April and concluded with the final bids during the special event. After a competitive bidding process, “Planet of Love” (2022) was successfully sold. Natalia Kapchuk was proud to be a part of such a notable initiative, as she finds it essential to use her art and resources to support organizations that promote positive social and environmental changes, improving the quality of life for present and future generations.