LINK organizes 11th dinner to profit the Aides organization
Created more than ten years ago, the LINK Endowment Fund works for research against HIV/AIDS. It brings together men and women of influence, senior executives, public and artistic figures to raise funds, notably through its annual dinner for the association Aides. After a cancelled 2020 edition and the postponement of its 2021 dinner traditionally organized in December (at the time of the World AIDS Day), LINK celebrated in a new momentum in March. A new momentum embodied by its new co-presidents Anne Bouferguène and Marc Chaya. The dinner, organized at the Pavillon Gabriel, honored three women: Anne Bouferguène, Camille Spire (president of Aides) and Marie Soria, chef at Potel and Chabot. With journalist Jean-Baptiste Marteau as MC, the dinner took place under the sign of contemporary art. Artists Fabrice Hyber and Ugo Rondinone created original works as part of the ART IS HOPE program with the support of Ruinart, whose new edition was chaired by Bernard Blistène. A look back at the dinner with Élodie Frégé, Francis Kurkdjian, Jean-Pierre Blanc and Betony Vernon.
Photos : Jean Picon