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8.5 x 11 inches
Richard Gere is an internationally renowned film actor, social activist, and philanthropist. For
nearly three decades, he has worked to draw attention and resolution to humanitarian crises
rooted in inequality and intolerance. Deepening his commitment to philanthropy in 1991, Mr.
Gere founded the Gere Foundation through which he has served as a longtime advocate of
human rights and charitable causes. The Gere Foundation is a small grant-giving organization
dedicated to the cultural preservation of Tibet and advocacy for the Tibetan people; public
health and organizations devoted to addressing human rights violations throughout the
world. Mr. Gere has received honors from amfAR, Amnesty International, the Elizabeth Glaser
Pediatric AIDS Foundation, the Harvard AIDS Institute, Hadassah International and the OneXOne
Foundation. He is the recipient of the prestigious Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award, the
Marian Anderson Award and the Humanitarian Award for Global Change from CARE.
Restrictions: Archival pigment print signed in pencil on recto;
printed in 2010 on Velvet Fine Art paper.
Donor: Donation courtesy of the Gere Foundation
Minimum Bid: $750