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Charity Movements in which Monika Bacardi is Involved
Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer Research is a cancer-related charitable organisation that Monika Bacardi is highly supportive of, as well as Fondation AVEC and Ecoute Cancer Réconfort. Lady Bacardi ardently supports Mission Enfance, a charitable organisation which proffers academic support to children who are in need. Monaco’s cultural and charitable activities are things in which Monika Bacardi is constantly involved.
The Personal Life of Monika Bacardi
Due to her respected status in the arts arena and her reputation as a humanitarian, Monika Bacardi spends some of her time at film galas, award ceremonies and charity gatherings. Her work plays a great role in her personal life because she enjoys it so much. A profound awareness of ecological and social issues in her life are things that Monika Bacardi likes to voice. Keeping yourself uplifted and trying to work with a smile on one's face are things that she wholeheartedly believes in.
Safeguarding the environment and encouraging maintainable advancement all over the world are the chief aspirations of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Encouraging green practices is part of Monika Bacardi's modus operandi, which explains why she assists the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. A great number of humanitarian matters are of great importance to her. One, in particular, in which she is active is ecological-sustainability. Raising the understanding of the effects people's pursuits have on our planet is something that Monika Bacardi attempts to bring about through the foundation.
Enthusiastic Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
English, Italian, Spanish, French and German are all tongues that Monika Bacardi speaks fluently whilst, in the Arts sector today, she is also looked upon as one of the most influential businesswomen. Her real title is "Lady of Bayfield Hall" or Lady Bacardi although, more recently, she has also become known as "The Queen of Charity". She is quite a personality in contemporary cinematic circles in the States and throughout the Continent. She has a hectic schedule, having become a part of many philanthropic ventures. She contributes to oceanographic research and backs a great many charities, such as "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association), "Fondation AVEC" along with the Monaco Red Cross. Monika Bacardi has displayed an impressive business acumen following the 2005 passing of her husband, who was head of the the Bacardi business for 4 decades.
She previously lived in Italy. Having a deep interest in philanthropy and art, she learned about literature and arts there. Her co-purchase of 'PHOTO' Magazine in the year 2014 advanced Monika Bacardi's participation in the arts world. She is a co-founder of the AMBI group, which was established in 2013, due to her love of cinema. The AMBI group is a European-headquartered cinematographic business.
One reason she set out to create AMBI Pictures is that she wanted to encourage young filmmakers, due to her strong interest in "The Seventh Art" (Cinema). Monika Bacardi is a supporter of the University of Plastic Arts, that has helped to create artistic partnerships in Monaco. Her encouragement of the Monaco Project for the Arts helps bring about this goal. With a desire to contribute to the art form the world over, AMBI Pictures seeks to create commercial films for viewers across the globe. Film has the capability to change the world: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She believes that cinema is an art form that offers the opportunity to communicate effectively with a vast range of audiences.