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Gerard Butler: Haiti with Ben Stiller!

Gerard Butler: Haiti with Ben Stiller!

Gerard Butler and actor pal Ben Stiller take a meeting with Artists for Peace and Justice in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti on Sunday (April 11).

Artists for Peace and Justice encourages peace and social justice and addresses issues of poverty and enfranchisement in communities around the world. The organization’s immediate goal is to build schools to serve the poorest areas of Haiti, providing an education, hot meals, clean drinking water and regular medical treatments to the children living in the slums.

Earlier this year, Gerry volunteered his time and participated in the Hope for Haiti Now telethon.

Other celebs in Haiti and pictured below: Demi Moore, Susan Sarandon, and Olivia Wilde.

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263 Responses to “Gerard Butler: Haiti with Ben Stiller!”

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  1. 1
    sallyo Says:

    this warms the cockles of my cold, dead heart. good for all of them. well done paul haggis!

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    nancy Says:

    That is great. Rhode Island just had the worst flooding in our history, Businesses, homes and infrastructure have been destroyed.

    I guess no one cares about people in their own country

  3. 3
    ashley Says:

    @nancy: It’s not about caring about their own country but these people had made a prior commitment to this organization and the situation in Haiti and it’s good to see them there.

  4. 4
    postwatcher Says:

    Love the serious posing…oh please, how hard is it for these people to write a check and call it a day.

  5. 5
    LauraS Says:

    that was quick JJ…
    Gman looks great but why does he always listen with his mouth open? he’s sweeeeet….but he looks like a numpty ;)))

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    Luna Says:

    it’s good Gerry volunteered his time and participated in the Hope for Haiti – better than he would spend it with Laurie Cholewa!!!

  7. 7
    Barbie Says:

    I’m so happy that Gerry is part of this wonderful group of actors in Haiti….

  8. 8
    daffodil Says:

    Good to see actors doing something positive with there free time good on them.

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    it's good Says:

    to squeeze in a trip to Haiti in between outings at Voyeur and Venice Beach, and goosing your co-star in the City of Light. That man is all about social justice. Word.

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    Taly Says:

    Love it!
    The situation at Haiti is still so sad, I was watching yesterday at the new, it gets worst each day, people are getting sick , some are amputed in the streets. No schools, hospitals , homes and security yet. Women and child fight with stronger men for food! It’s so sad.

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    nancy Says:

    I still think it would be nice to have some help here as well

  12. 12
    social justice? Says:

    Does Glenn Beck know about this? Beck says social justice = evil communism.

  13. 13
    hahaha Says:

    I wonder if Jen warned Demi, Susan and Olivia no to take picture close to him because of his disappearing fingers.

  14. 14
    Lucy Says:

    Please, Gerry, come to Brazil and help us too. Here in Rio de Janeiro is a catastrophe,

  15. 15
    Dumdums Says:

    I’m kind of impressed with Sean Penn. He’s been there for like a month helping out

  16. 16
    karen Says:

    As usual, Aniston is nowhere to be found. She’s there for telethons and check-writing, but not when it’s time to actually go see the damage.

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    greenlawns Says:

    I think these artists are a bit naive. Building schools? The country needs to rid of the thugs first from the top to the bottom. Gerry and the Artists for peace and Justice memebers are like missionaries. They can do some good but nothing fundamental to change the situation in Haiti. Still it’s nice to see someone cares.

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    fairydust Says:

    Oh those eyes in the first pic…they get me every time!

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    r. Says:

    Good for them for at least trying to help their fellow man. And the “posing” is because the organization wants to release photos to publicize their work, not because the celebrities want their picture taken. They are loaning out their face for a good cause essentially and judging from the note taking, it looks to me like Ben and Gerry are genuinely interested in what they are participating in.

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    nancy Says:


    He helped durig Katrina also

  21. 21
    hillary Says:

    I’m glad he’s helping out, but I feel so shallow. I’m looking at the photos and not thinking about Haiti. I’m just thinking ‘Wow, is he beautiful.’

  22. 22
    gossiphound Says:


    Yes Bob Geldof learned the hard way – after all the money he raised for famine releif in Ethopia to buy food that he had shipped in, guess what happened – large amounts were stolen or co-opted to be sold on the black market and never got to the starving people it was intended for. Though you never really heard about all that. That is why Bono was trying “the forgive the debt ” campaign on the impression that once that debt was eliminated the governments would spend money on essential services for their people. Has anyone bothered to look back and see if life has improved in any of those countries?

    You can’t give the money directly to the governments that’s for sure as it just ends up in pockets of corrupt officials. At least if the schools are to be be rebuilt by private parties, it will get done much much faster and hopefully they will building to hurricane and earthquake codes so they can withstand future natural disasters but that does not preclude the thugs or warring militiias from damaging or worse taking those new shiny buildings for their own use in the future.

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    an oldie Says:

    Good job, Ben and Gerry.

  24. 24
    sallyo Says:

    nancy – dont go all kanye and say no one cares about rhode island! there must be people rallying for that cause too?
    I think its commendable that they aren’t just chucking money at the problem. it looks like Paul’s cause is trying to build up key infrastructure.
    Gerry – i love you but sometimes you look like you belong on sesame street. work the camera like Ben: Blue Steel n Serious

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    gossiphound Says:

    Gerry is working the wow it is really that bad here look of incredulousness. I kinda dig it. Oops did I say that.

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