Jewel of a cause

Bulgari in collaboration with Save The Children Thailand recently launched a fundraising campaign and jewellery collection to support the country's vulnerable young.

Suppasit Jongcheveevat. 

Every purchase of Save The Children jewellery will make a difference as part of the proceeds will be donated to the organisation, which started its work in Thailand in 1979.

Eglantyne Jebb launched the Save The Children Fund in 1919, in order to raise much-needed money to end the suffering of children in Europe after the end of the World War I.

A partnership with Bulgari, which began in 2009, has empowered children to have a better future through education.

Inspired by the iconic B.zero1 and Bulgari Bulgari designs, the custom-made Bulgari and Save The Children jewellery collection has helped raise more than US$100 million (3.44 billion baht) globally, reaching more than 2 million disadvantaged children across the world.

The collaboration between Bulgari and Save The Children Thailand includes supporting efforts towards providing migrant children in Tak province access to education.

The new campaign is fronted by Bulgari South Asia Pacific Friend of the House Davika Hoorne, who in a black-and-white portrait appears wearing a necklace, bracelet and ring from Bulgari's charitable collection.

Another 10 celebrities join her in the campaign: Suppasit Jongcheveevat, Phakphum Romsaithong, Nattawin Wattanagitiphat, Jirawat Sutivanichsak, Hirunkit Changkham, Chanikarn Tangkabodee, Danupha Khanatheerakul, Tawan Vihokratana, Thitipoom Techaapaikhun and Atthaphan Phunsawat.

The collection's launch this month conveys a message of love to all children and vital support in providing them with opportunities, education and healthcare.

Chanikarn Tangkabodee. 

Hirunkit Changkham. 

Davika Hoorne. 

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