Vereinigten Staaten medizinischen Fakultäten Drogen- und Alkohol-Missbrauch-Statistik

Humanitarian Projects


Bosnia and Herzegovina

Diana Jenkins’ philanthropy is shaped by her personal experiences as a political refugee, a witness to the atrocities of war and a mother trying to raise healthy children. Diana is a unique philanthropist because she understands the need for immediate assistance in places ravaged by natural disasters or civil war, but she also appreciates the long-term needs for rebuilding civic institutions and the rule of law.

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Sanela Diana Jenkins Human Rights Project

The Sanela Diana Jenkins Human Rights Project was established at the UCLA School of Law in 2009 to advance the cause of human rights and international justice around the world. The Project engages in a range of activities, continuously identifying and pursuing the most promising opportunities for addressing human rights issues around the globe, while at the same time advancing understanding about human rights through interdisciplinary studies.

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Save the Elephants Fundraiser

In May 2014, celebrities, philanthropists, and conservationists joined forces to raise over $2 million dollars for the Elephant Crisis Fund. The Fund, a joint initiative of Save the Elephants and the Wildlife Conservation Network, will be used to save elephants from the current ivory poaching crisis by funding on-the-ground projects that stop poaching, trafficking, and demand for ivory.

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The Restore the Villages Project

War and rape have always arrived together, leaving shattered lives in their wake. Today, in Eastern Congo, rape is being used as more than a sick prize for the victor. In rural villages of the Fizi and Mwenga territories in the Democratic Republic of Congo, rape has been reinvented as a primary weapon of war.

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Sanela Diana Jenkins Clinic on Gender Violence in Eastern Congo

In the Congo, mass rape is used as a weapon of war to destroy villages. Sanela Diana Jenkins has a novel approach to try to heal villages as a whole where the women have been sexually attacked. It’s called the Restore the Villages Project.

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Elton John AIDS Foundation

A supporter of AIDS research, Diana Jenkins has organized and hosted many fund-raisers for the Elton John AIDS Foundation . On March 7, 2010, Diana Jenkins and Neuro , her line of active-lifestyle drinks, sponsored and co-chaired the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party on March 7, 2010. The event raised $3.7 million for AIDS research. In October 2009, Diana co-hosted with Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon the launch of Project PEP in support of the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

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Room 23

Sanela Diana Jenkins presents Room 23, a fine art coffee table book that features photography and art direction by Deborah Anderson. This artistic exploration depicts a year in the life of a Beverly Hills penthouse suite featuring 100 celebrities. Proceeds support human rights projects.

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Sanela Diana Jenkins Foundation for Bosnia

Jenkins has dedicated a large part of her attention back to her native land by establishing The Sanela Diana Jenkins Foundation for Bosnia in Memory of Irnis Ćatić. The Foundation, which is closely associated with the funding of the medical school at the University of Sarajevo, aims to provide financial support toward establishing Bosnian schools and orphanages.

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The J/P Haitian Relief Organization is a registered non-profit charitable foundation established to help the people of Haiti recover from the devastating January 12, 2010 earthquake. In April 2010, J/P HRO was appointed camp manager of the Pétionville IDP camp by the International Organization for Migration (IOM). In December 2010 J/P HRO added Cite Maxo, a smaller IDP camp near Pétionville, to the camp management roster-raising the number of IDP’s under J/P HRO camp management to around 55,000. As of September 2011, because of our relocation program of camp residents, the population of the camp has shrunk to approx. 23,000.

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President Bill Clinton Foundation

In March 2010, Diana Jenkins raised more than $1 million for President Bill Clinton’s Foundation.

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