Our commitment to Corporate Responsibility has been embedded in the way we do business since our company was created by Daniel Swarovski in 1895. We maintain this tradition today in how we strive to add sparkle to the everyday lives of our employees, customers and suppliers and the broader community on a global scale, while protecting the natural environment and seeking to leave a rich legacy for future generations.
To learn more about our Corporate Responsibility at Swarovski visit www.swarovskigroup.com.
Swarovski's visionary founder Daniel Swarovski, who established the business in Wattens, Austria, in 1895, demonstrated a strong humanitarian instinct, ensuring that his business cared for its people and the local community. Since then, five generations of the Swarovski family have reinforced Daniel Swarovski's commitment to charitable giving, both within the community and in the wider realms of the environment, health, arts and culture. The Swarovski Foundation has been created to build on this heritage.
To learn more about the Swarovski Foundation visit www.swarovskifoundation.org/.
Water has always been a key element of the company’s production processes, but also of its culture and philosophy, which has demanded respect for human and environmental values from Swarovski’s earliest days.
The objectives of the Waterschool program are to create awareness of the fact that water is essential to our survival among the participants, to teach the principles of sustainable water management, and to provide clean drinking water and water sanitation in schools and surrounding communities where the Waterschool program is active.
In the past thirteen years, the program has reached approximately 257,000 children in 2,093 schools worldwide. Around 8,700 teachers have been trained and 565,000 community members have been involved in various water projects.
To learn more about the Swarovski Waterschool program visit www.swarovskiwaterschool.com.