Jean-Pierre Castaldi and Jean-Marie Bigard : Christmas tree memorable

Of the research against the disease, access to education, respect for the environment… celebrities join in the work of many noble causes. Jean-Pierre Castaldi defend the underprivileged children and abused for over 20 years. The actor has received the support of Jean-Marie Bigard, Philippe Candeloro and many others for the annual dinner of the association.

It is at the Cirque Phénix, on the Lawn of Reuilly in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, which has held the event. Sunday, January 12, 2020, the association CitéStars co-founded by Jean-Pierre Castaldi and chaired by David Donadeï hosted stis 21st Christmas Tree. 150 underprivileged children and abused children of the region francilienne, aged 5 to 13 years, spent a memorable evening in the presence of 50 personalities. Among them was comedian Jean-Marie Bigard.

Other stars of the stand-up, such as Tex, Maxime and Cartridge were also of the party. The actor Bernard Menez, the singer Fabienne Thibeault, the actress Sophie Darel, the Miss Beauty 2020 National (CitéStars is a partner of the contest) the former figure skaters Philippe Candeloro and Gwendal Peizerat, as well as the ex-tennis player Mansour Bahrami complemented the list of VIPS present at the Cirque Phénix.

The association CitéStars was created on 5 August 1998, to help all disadvantaged children and abused of Paris Île-de-France. It also works in favour of children with heart defects and respiratory, and collaborates with hospitals for children and the PJJ (Judicial Protection of Youth).

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