Jacqueline Fernandez has been an active voice when it comes to social issues. The actress who has advocated many causes like marine conservation and animal welfare and for long time Jacqueline is a part of the rebuild Kerela campaign after the unfortunate floods hit the state.
The Habitat for Humanity India, an NGO, plans to build or repair 6,000 homes of those affected by the deluge in Kerala. Under this campaign, Jacqueline Fernandez had visited the flood-affected areas in Kerala. Earlier, in the first phase of the relief work, Jacqueline appealed to her fans and her industry colleagues to provide first Responders’ Kit, a humanitarian aid kit and bottled drinking water to 93,889 families.
Now, Jacqueline is working for the second edition of the campaign.
After celebrities like Shraddha Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, John Abraham, Arjoon Kapoor now Hrithik Roshan has also extended his support and join Jaqueline for the Rebuild Kerala Campaign. Hrithik has been saddened by the calamity happened and that's how he came forward and join Jaqueline's initiative.
Through the initiative, Jacqueline has already collected funds to rebuild Kerela and now the second edition is in process .
Jacqueline Fernandez fans are falling over the lady with every passing day and they have gone to the next level to showcase their love for her. More graffiti arts are making Bandra walls their homes, where the gorgeous beauty of B-Town resides.
After attracting eyeballs over a new selfie point in the town with the Graffiti art of ‘Jacq of Hearts’ near Jacqueline’s house in Pali Hill, her fans have taken up another graffiti art on the wall near Rizvi college and Carter road in Bandra.
Jacqueline also represented the voice of animal welfare at the UN on the world animal day as she took 8 million petition signatures voicing her opinion against animal testing. Recently, the actress also addressed the One Young World Event in The Hague as she expressed her thoughts about sexual harassment.
Apart from Animal welfare, Jacqueline Fernandez also supports Marine Conservation and has been actively contributing to creating awareness amongst the masses using social media platforms.