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As a salesman at a luxury clothing store, Beto Silva has seen his earnings jump over the past decade as Brazil's economy has boomed.
Former President Bill Clinton will be co-hosting a New York City gala to benefit The Stiller Foundation that's building schools in Haiti.
Ben Stiller is getting some of the biggest names in contemporary art to help Haitian children affected by last year's earthquake.
"Now, when I walk into a gallery," he said. "I feel like a VIP."
Now, he says, he invests 30 to 40 percent of his salary on art.