Leonardo DiCaprio Partners with Christie's to Raise Money for the Environment

Leonardo DiCaprio Partners with Christie's to Raise Money for the Environment

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Tara Bellucci
Apr 22, 2013

"The Great Gatsby" star Leonardo DiCaprio, with the help of auction house Christie's, will be putting 33 works of art on the block to raise money for his foundation, which supports environmental causes. The auction, which includes donated pieces and work from DiCaprio's personal collection, is set for May 19 and is expected to raise upwards of $15 million. 

In other news, 13 MCM homes on the market fit for Mad Men fans, and if you're moving, this charity sells boxes to support the homeless. See the headlines after the jump.

• How Leo Got His Name | The Wall Street Journal
• 13 Mad Men-Style Homes You Can Buy Now | HuffPost Home
• This Campaign Asks House Movers To Buy Boxes To Help The Homeless | Co.Create

(Image: Martin Schoeller via The Wall Street Journal)

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