Caroline Chaptini is a remarkable woman and an inspiring person. Not only does she endeavors to spread awareness and break world records but she’s among the first to take a personal initiative to help shelter those who lost their homes in the Beirut blast.
She auctioned a beautiful piece of art of hers, made of recycling materials, to cover rents for several families. “The proceeds will help us cover a 2-month rent for affordable houses,” Chaptini told The961 back then. “The more money we have, the more families we can help.”
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