Johnny Depp does charity ad for National Arts Education Initiative!

Johnny Depp has lent his support to Entertainment Industry Foundation’s National Arts Education Initiative. He and Julianne Moore have posed for print ads for exclusive Montblanc watches and writing instruments; in return, Montblanc is donating some of the proceeds of each sale to the National Arts Education Initiative. Severe cutbacks in local education budgets have resulted in the loss of arts education in our schools–there are no longer art classes, drama classes, music classes, bands, or school plays for many of our children. The Entertainment Industry Foundation, the leading charitable organization for the entertainment industry, has joined Montblanc in a campaign to “raise awareness about the importance of arts education in schools and fund exemplary arts programs to assure the continuation of their vital work.” As devoted parents of young children and exemplary artists themselves, Johnny and Julianne Moore are perfect choices for this ad campaign to help “children develop their most valuable asset: imagination.” They exude the effortless elegance of Montblanc, and they aren’t bad-looking, either. You can see the ads and read about the charity campaign here–click on “Collections” and “Men” to see Johnny’s ad. The Zone thanks DeepinDepp for posting the story on the News forum, and BuccaRoux for posting the scan of the ad on Recent Pics.

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