The mother of Jasmine McMonagle is urging everyone to keep her daugher’s memory alive during this covid-19 emergency by supporting the online ‘Smile for Jasmine’ campaign.
Model Jasmine McMonagle, aged 28, was tragically killed at her home in Killygordan in January 2019.
Friends and family of Jasmine, who had two young children, set up the ‘Smile for Jasmine’ group to remember her, support her family and raise awareness for other victims of domestic violence. The group raised over €1,799 for ISPCC Childline following a Christmas memorial fundraiser.
Jasmine’s mother Jackie is this week urging people to share the ‘Smile for Jasmine’ page to keep the cause alive.
While fundraising activities have come to a halt, Jackie is reminding people that giving Jasmine a voice is also helping others.
Jackie wrote: “So many people have been affected by the current situation we find ourselves in. Through the power of technology however new ways are being invented to keep things working without close contact with one and other.
“For the foreseeable future we won’t be able to organise any Smile for Jasmine events or gatherings but we can still continue to share our message.
“We need you now more than ever. You can help us so much by continuing to support and share our page by doing so you are keeping Jasmine’s memory alive and giving Jasmine a voice.”
Visit the group page at : Smile for Jasmine