The foundation, which was founded in 1998, provides grants to environmental protection projects. Its charity work includes restoration causes for marine life, landscapes, and support for indigenous rights, as well as other topics. Since its founding, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has provided more than $80.1 million in grants for environmental causes across 50 countries.
Billy Zane shared a photo from the event on his Instagram, along with a clever caption: "Gangs back together. Now we're saving icebergs. Go figure."
DiCaprio also danced with Madonna at the fundraiser gala, and it looked like the pop star was having a blast.
People reports that attendees at the charity auction could bid on the chance to have dinner with DiCaprio and Winslet. The meal will be this fall in New York City, at the restaurant of the winner's choosing. In addition to being the ultimate Titanic fan experience, the dinner is also for charity, the magazine notes. It will benefit Winslet's GoFundMe campaign for a woman named Gemma Nuttall's cancer treatment.
Titanic's official release date was 23rd January 1998. So hopefully, this won't be the only 20th anniversary Titanic news we see this year. (And you can expect to see plenty of tweets and Facebook statuses filled with Titanic quotes once December rolls around.)
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