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Bvlgari

We have been working in partnership with Bvlgari for over 12 years. Over that time, we have boosted brand awareness and raised an incredible $100 million through the sales of the Bvlgari-Save the Children jewellery collection. These funds have supported children’s education, youth empowerment, tackling poverty and responding to emergencies worldwide.

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So far, Bvlgari has helped us carry out 122 projects in 36 countries, including 8 major emergency responses. Together, we’ve helped over two million children and young people, and we’ve supported and trained 68,000 teachers.. 

Our Partnership in the UK

Since 2012, Bvlgari has supported our vital work in the UK. There are currently more than 4 million children living in poverty in the UK, with numbers expected to have increased as a result of COVID-19. 

Together with Bvlgari, we are supporting children living in poverty and promoting early learning to empower to reach their potential. We are helping to improve children’s early language, literacy, and numeracy skills as well as supporting their emotional development and wellbeing.

Visit our Children’s Communities page and Early Learning Communities to read more about Bulgari funded work in the UK 

 

The B.Zero1 ring retails at £430, including a £65 donation to Save the Children. For stockists, see: www.bulgari.com

The B.Zero1 ring retails at £430, including a £65 donation to Save the Children. For stockists, see: www.bulgari.com

A unique jewellery range

Bvlgari’s specially designed limited edition Save the Children jewellery range is inspired by the iconic B. zero1 jewellery line. The latest collection comprises of a ring, launched in October 2012 as a celebration of Bvlgari’s 125th anniversary, a pendant launched in April 2014, a bracelet launched in May 2016 as well as Bvlgari and Save the Children’s 10th anniversary necklace which launched in 2019 and is still on sale today. To buy these affordable and luxury jewellery pieces you can visit www.bulgari.com

Poppy Delevingne visiting a primary school in Margate, 2021.

Poppy Delevingne visiting a Margate primary school to learn more about our work with communities in the UK.

Bvlgari employees play an essential role in supporting the partnership with more than 1,000 taking part in interactive trainings or visiting our programmes.

Over 300 artists have given their support to the partnership providing plenty of opportunity to raise awareness and boost engagement.

Overall, our relationship with luxury goods brand Bvlgari shows how a commercially focused partnership can bring great benefits to both organisations, while helping children in the UK and around the world to fulfil their potential. 

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