Chinese star Ayi Jihu yet again leads the way in her mission to bring people together and help people all over the world, part of her ‘Pay it forward’ approach to Charity and philanthropy by becoming the Global Ambassador for The Booker Autism Foundation of Louisville (BAFOL)
The mission of the Booker Autism Foundation of Louisville is to support people in their time of need and raise public awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorders.
BAFOL empower families to enable their children, teens, and adults with Autism to reach their full potential. Not only to educate them, but to provide assistance in helping them to fulfill their lifelong goals. Such as: education, employment, and independent living arrangements. BAFOL has a team of dedicated volunteers who believe in this mission and put every effort in place to fulfill the mission.
Jasmine Booker Founder and CEO of BAFOL said: “BAFOL is truly honored to pair up with China’s first truly independent R&B star and crossover artist to the West, Fear Chaser, Global Ambassador, Philanthropist, humanitarian and rising media icon Miss Ayi Jihu. We are very excited that she will be BAFOL’s Global International Ambassador.
This young lady is truly an amazing accomplished individual with a full career in music, television, and the film industry. Along with her hectic schedule, she still has time to dedicate her voice in being a great humanitarian; that is why BAFOL is pleased in announcing Miss Ayi Jihu joining our foundation by lending her voice and time to help others be aware of our journey and our goals in assisting individuals that live day-to-day with Autism Spectrum Disorders.”
“A Global Ambassador for BAFOL has the ability to reach others on a wider span. Therefore, they are able to inspire children/teens/adults along with other organizations to be encouraged to lend a helping hand in building a bridge across the world. By receiving this vital information on Autism Spectrum Disorders and the awareness that needs to be conveyed, will help bring about unity for this disorder. These are individuals who are truly committed to helping others and have demonstrated this by their efforts to motivate others to participate.”
Ayi Jihu, who was announced Global Ambassador for Sisha(the anti human trafficking organization) the Anti Human Trafficking organisation based in Thailand, Australia and America told us: “This has been some year already, and i honestly do not know what is going to happen next. I was not even that clued up on Autism and then out of the blue Jasmine contacted me and if you ever speak to Jasmine you know saying no is not an option. She is so committed and full of energy and she is doing amazing things from nothing. I mean three kids is hard enough, three autistic children I cannot imagine and then with all that she sets up and runs BAFOL. I just had to get involved and help and do whatever I could do. My Manager Stevie Eagle E also has an autistic son and so he was very much up for this too. Shlepp Entertainment Ltd will be doing all they can to work with and help BAFOL. I am hoping to get be at a fund raiser for BAFOL in June and that’s when we shall really get things started. Right now I am doing all my homework on autism. A Global international Ambassadorship with BAFOL, is an individual that shares in being an advocate of bringing the awareness to other’s by displaying the image of BAFOL, they also acknowledge that they will speak on behalf of BAFOL and our goals on educating others about Autism Spectrum Disorder. So I have to know what I am talking about.”
Ayi Jihu is heading to Canada in may on a special tour during Chinese heritage month in Toronto. She will be presenting an Award a the NAMA’s with her Native American Fashion Designer and Stylist Angela DeMontigny. She will also be participating in the launch of the new Young Native™ Fashion Line.
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