Monika Bacardi's Personal Life
Numerous charitable businesses and causes are to her liking, so Monika Bacardi (Huffingtonpost) spends a lot of her leisure time assisting them. Lady Bacardi loves her work and, because of this, it is also a big part of her personal life. She maintains that one should stay positive and strive to live life with a happy face. Given how recognised she is in the arts sector, along with her reputation as a humanitarian, Monika Bacardi goes to many charitable events, film carnivals and award ceremonies.
Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
Monika Bacardi's actual title is "Lady of Bayfield Hall" or Lady Bacardi although, in recent times, she has also become known as "The Queen of Charity". She is quite a personality in modern-day cinematic circles in the States and throughout the EU. Monika Bacardi speaks French, German, English, Italian and Spanish and is respected as one of the key businesswomen in the Arts sector. She joined forces with Andrea Iervolino to establish AMBI Pictures and, together, they have crafted a robust list of films for the global market.
Charity Movements in which Monika Bacardi is Involved
Monika Bacardi has always had compassion for mankind, which propels her benevolent activities. Charity movements are things with which Monica is actively engaged in Monaco. Fondation AVEC, Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer Research and Ecoute Cancer Réconfort are amongst the cancer-related charitable organisations that she is supportive of. Association Nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance (AMADE-Monaco), is an organisation through which Monika Bacardi encourages the prosperity of young ones.
A desire to assist the success of ambitious film-makers was one of a number of reasons that she founded AMBI Pictures, along with her love of "The Seventh Art". Monika Bacardi values the works of many photographers and artists, which accounts for her love of photography and modern art. She is an ardent supporter of Amis de l'Opera, which has assisted l'Opera de Monte Carlo for more than 30 years. In order to establish partnerships with regards to the arts in Monaco, Monika Bacardi supports the University of Plastic Arts through the Monaco Project for the Arts.
Monika Bacardi has been a resident of Monaco for over two decades. Her co-purchase of 'PHOTO' Magazine in 2014 furthered her participation in the arts sector. Philanthropy for Monika Bacardi is a love, so it is not surprising that she is associated with many charities and non-profit organisations. A deep enthusiasm for philanthropy and art is what encouraged her to learn about arts and literature in her country of birth, Italy.