Monika's Biography, Passions and Personal History
Monika Bacardi joined the Bacardi family through marriage and she is now the Lady of Bayfield Hall. She helped create the AMBI group, due to her enthusiasm for films. The AMBI group is a cinematographic company headquartered in Europe. Helping people is one thing Monika Bacardi loves to do, so it is hardly surprising that she participates in many charitable causes and non-profit organisations.
Monika's Involvement in Charity
Many localised beneficent organisations, that support causes related to social concerns very important to her, reap benefits from her assistance. Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer Research is a cancer-related charitable organisation that Monika Bacardi is very supportive of, as well as Fondation AVEC and Ecoute Cancer Réconfort. Monika Bacardi passionately believes in Mission Enfance, a charity which proffers educational support to underprivileged children.
Monika Bacardi's Passions: Art and 7th Art
With a desire to promote the art of cinema around the world, AMBI Pictures aspires to make commercially viable films for audiences across the globe. Film can change the world: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She believes that film is an art form that can offer the chance to communicate effectively with a vast range of audiences. "The Seventh Art" (Cinema) is one of her loves. This, along with wanting to inspire young filmmakers, is one of the justifications for her creating AMBI Pictures.
The SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco's Foundation
One of the reasons that she backs the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation is that Monika Bacardi believes in promoting green habits. Many humanitarian concerns are of great importance to her. One, in particular, in which she is active is eco-sustainability. The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is something for which (and alongside with) Monika Bacardi has been involved in quite a few undertakings.