Image Lady Monika Bacardi – AMBI Gala

Lady Monika Bacardi – AMBI Gala

Monaco's cultural and humanitarian issues are areas that Monika Bacardi (ambigala) is greatly involved in. She is an active supporter of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Monika Bacardi has been involved in various projects with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. Protecting the environment and publicising maintainable advancement throughout the world are the chief goals of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation.

She has a hectic schedule, having become a part of many philanthropic ventures. She contributes to oceanographic research and supports a large number of charities, like "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association), "Fondation AVEC" and the Monaco Red Cross. In 2005, Monika Bacardi's husband passed away. He had been head of the Bacardi business for 4 decades. Since then, she has proved to have an extraordinary business acumen. She is a high-profile, popular personality who, despite living in Monaco, also spends much time in other parts of the EU and in the USA. A leading personality in today's cinematic world, both in America and throughout Europe, "Lady of Bayfield Hall", Monika Bacardi (or, formally, Lady Bacardi) has also become recognised as "The Queen of Charity".

Monika Bacardi's Involvement in Charity Movements

Childrens' welfare is of great importance to Monika Bacardi. For this reason, she assists the Association Nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance (AMADE-Monaco). Mission Enfance, which provides academic help to underprivileged children, is a charity in which she passionately believes. Lady Bacardi has had a lifelong consideration for humanity, which propels her philanthropic activities. Fondation AVEC, Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer Research and Ecoute Cancer Réconfort are amongst the cancer-related charitable organisations that Monika Bacardi champions.

Monika's Biography, Interests and Personal History

Monika Bacardi's participation in the arts world was deepened after she became co-owner of 'PHOTO' Magazine in 2014. The AMBI group, a European-based cinematographic company, was co-founded by her in 2013 because of her love for cinema. A deep passion for philanthropy and art led to her desire to study literature and arts in her country of birth, Italy. Caring for other people is one thing Monika Bacardi loves to do, so it is hardly surprising that she is involved in many charitable causes and non-profit organisations.