The Jazmin Fund
Jazmin Grace Grimaldi’s humanitarian trip to Fiji
Taili Song Roth
The Jazmin Fund was created in November 2006 following a humanitarian trip to Fiji made by Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, daughter of Monaco's Prince Albert.
While The Jazmin Fund is its own program, it is managed by The Naqaqa Giving Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Studio City whose mission is to fulfill educational, health, and emergency needs for Fijians living in remote villages. Contributions are tax deductible, and 100 percent of contributions to go to beneficiaries, with overhead being paid entirely by the founder.
Jazmin Grace Grimaldi directs where contributions to her fund go.
In 2006, the foundation provided the following:
• Rain gutter water system for the Yanuca Village that had no water
• Classroom chairs for a school on Rabi Island
• Medical treatment and medical supplies for Togo Village
Among 2007 projects is a schoolhouse or community center for youth that Jazmin personally plans to help build this summer.
Photo gallery of Jazmin Grace Grimaldi's Humanitarian Trip to Fiji.
Contributions to the Jazmin Fund can be made at www.thejazminfund.com
See photos of Jazmin on the runway at Fashion Week El Paseo.