Victory Hill have partnered with Bottletop, an award-winning sustainable luxury lifestyle brand with a clear vision and ambitious social & environmental missions. In 2019, they launched the #TOGETHERBAND campaign in partnership with the United Nations to raise global public awareness for the 17 UN Global Goals.
Victory Hill will be participating in a number of campaigns by way of an annual donation to the #TOGETHERBAND campaign advancing engagement around the sustainable development goals, and to the BOTTLETOP FOUNDATION used to support existing sustainable development goal beneficiaries which the Foundation may administer around the world.
We hope our partnership will create further awareness for these goals and a greater positive impact on people and the planet.
#TOGETHERBAND sets out to humanise the Goals by inviting everyone around the world to choose the Goal that matters most to each of us and share it with someone important to them.
Since its inception, the campaign has reached 1.4bn citizens globally with the likes of Naomi Campbell, HRH Princess Eugenie, David Beckham, Lewis Hamilton, Jameela Jamil, Halima Aden, Alessandra Ambrosio and Doutzen Kroes supporting however there is still more work to be done to help raise awareness of the UN Global Goals but also to engage with them.
British sustainable accessories brand BOTTLETOP launched the #TOGETHERBAND campaign on April 22nd – World Earth Day, setting out to engage the world with the 17 Global Goals using creativity and culture to raise public awareness and inspire action to achieve them. It sets out to create a global community of active citizens, coming together to achieve the goals, connected through sustainable fashion, contemporary art, music and documentary film.
"BOTTLETOP has designed a sustainable, unisex #TOGETHERBAND friendship bracelet for people to learn about the Goals and play an active role in spreading the word.
They are bright, fashionable and, so importantly, give livelihoods to the women who make them. The #TOGETHERBAND campaign represents the future that we’re all fighting for."
Richard Curtis, Project Everyone