It is 18 million. Do you type one more M by mistake?
Also, I haven't seen anywhere states that the 18M all goes to charity. In the below article, it says "Cox will donate a significant portion of the sale price to the Nell Newman Foundation."
But again, who knows that is the "significant amount"
Also, I read people keep on saying Rolex is owned by a charity, this is not true. It is owned by a "non-profit organization" which is not the same as "charity". Even though the company may donate money to charity like most other companies do, it itself is not a charity organization. So, don't comfort yourself by thinking the money you pay for the watch will goes to someone in need. Same as that 18million for Paul Newmans Daytona. Most goes into Cox pocket.
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