INNOVATING THE PRESENT FOR A SUSTAINABLE
"SHAPING THE FUTURE OF LUXURY"
Deeply believing in the importance of giving back to the global community, the Roman Jeweller writes a new chapter of its commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility and sustainability. On September 8, Bvlgari hosted the third webinar of the series “INNOVATING THE PRESENT FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE”, introducing its latest initiatives and ongoing projects in the fields of science, humanity and culture.
BVLGARI'S COMMITMENT TO SCIENCE
SUPPORTING WOMEN SCIENTISTS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19
Born to finance prestigious institutions pursuing innovative research strategies, the Bvlgari Virus Free Fund now takes another step forward supporting the Rockefeller University through the Bvlgari Women & Science Fund to Accelerate COVID-19 Research. With the establishment of a dedicated fellowship and a Bvlgari Clinical Fund, the Roman House sustains the most outstanding women scientists in breaking the boundaries of biomedical research to fight COVID-19.
BVLGARI'S COMMITMENT TO HUMANITY
SAVING THE FUTURE THROUGH THE POWER OF EDUATION
For over 11 years, Bvlgari has been proud partner of Save the Children, helping to improve the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children. Believing in the positive impact that art programs can have on the children’s academic and emotional learning, together with Save the Children the Roman Maison has recently launched Arte di Bvlgari, a dedicated afterschool arts curriculum initiative designed to help children develop self-confidence and self-awareness. Because education has the power to change the future.
PRESERVING THE ETERNAL BEAUTY OF ART
Art has always been one of the greatest sources of inspiration for every Bvlgari creation. Giving back to the city that started it all, the Roman Jeweller passionately preserves the beauty of the Eternal City with dedicated patronage initiatives, propelling into the future the Brand’s roots and heritage. In 2017 Bvlgari has signed an agreement with Fondazione Torlonia to contribute as the main sponsor to the restoration of over 90 Greek and Roman statues, while by funding the Save Venice organization, the Maison has sustained the restoration of more than 500 artworks.