Charity Movements in which Monika Bacardi is Involved
Infants' welfare is of great significance to Monika Bacardi (www.lordluisbacardi.com/). For this reason, she supports the Association Nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance (AMADE-Monaco). A variety of localised charitable bodies, that support causes relevant to social matters of importance to her, reap benefits from her assistance. She is constantly involved with Monaco’s cultural and charitable movements. Mission Enfance, which gives academic support to underprivileged children, is a charity in which Monika Bacardi ardently believes.
Monika Bacardi on a Professional Level
Success in being a major provider of popular motion pictures for studios and major distributors around the world is what the AMBI Group strives for. Between eight and ten movies are finished every year, ranging from internal to third party productions. Monika Bacardi achieves this by means of the AMBI Group. A few years back, Monika Bacardi took over the venerable 'PHOTO' magazine, which has been operating since the sixties.
Monika Bacardi & the SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco's Foundation
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is something for which (and alongside with) Monika Bacardi has participated in several projects. Working to defend the natural environment and encouraging sustainable development all over the world are things that the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation works to address. Eco-longevity is one of the countless humanitarian areas in which Lady Bacardi is involved. One of the many reasons that she backs the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation is that Monika Bacardi feels strongly about encouraging green behaviour.
Monika Bacardi - Biography, Activities, Personal Background & Passions
A deep love for art and philanthropy is what inspired her to learn about literature and arts in her birth country, Italy. Monika Bacardi became co-proprietor of 'PHOTO' Magazine in the year 2014. This advanced her involvement in the arts world. Monika Bacardi is engaged in many charities and non-profit organisations, due to her love of philanthropy. The AMBI group, a European-based cinematographic company, was set up by her in 2013 because of her love for cinema.