The report highlights that in 2021 alone, the Swarovski Foundation reached over 1 million indirect beneficiaries across 38 countries – focusing on three key areas: fostering culture and creativity, promoting human empowerment, and preserving the environment, with the overarching objective to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This accomplishment has stemmed from the Foundation’s commitment to transformative impact. Since its inception in 2013, they have forged numerous partnerships across 87 countries.
The United Nations Office for Partnerships is proud to have collaborated with the Swarovski Foundation on creative initiatives driving action for the SDGs. Looking back at 2022, UN Partnerships and the Swarovski Foundation continued to grow the success of the prestigious Creatives for Our Future program. In September 2022, our Office invited the six current cohort members to present their projects and discuss the integration of the SDGs into their work. From Chile to Nigeria, from Germany to Pakistan, these young leaders represent global creative talents that design sustainable solutions for the Goals.