Montblanc – UNICEF raise $1.5 million for education of underprivileged children

On International Literacy Day, Montblanc announced that the “Signature for Good” collection of limited edition writing instruments, jewellery and leather goods has already achieved its goal of raising $1.5 million dollars to benefit UNICEF.

Launched during the 2013 Academy Awards, the Montblanc “Signature for Good” initiative supports UNICEF education programmes worldwide with a percentage of the funds raised committed to building and maintaining schools for underprivileged children within UNICEFʼs Schools for Africa, Asia and South America programmes.

Montblanc - Signature for Good

Montblanc – Signature for Good

Montblancʼs “Signature for Good” collection has a special purpose beyond offering understated elegance, sophistication and the finest European craftsmanship, making these handcrafted pieces truly meaningful. The unique brick design featured in this collection symbolizes the joint effort of building a better future for all children and their communities, through the creation of proper education programmes, the training of quality teachers and the constructions of schools – brick by brick.

Jérôme Lambert, CEO Montblanc International explains, ʻAll children deserve the knowledge and skills to realise their full potential, to build a better future for themselves and for their communities. It is testament to everyoneʼs passion and commitment in helping Montblanc and UNICEF raise funds that will make a significant difference to so many children around the world. We will continue to strive to exceed the targets we set ourselves and work even harder in our fundraising efforts.”

The Montblanc “Signature for Good” collection is available until March 2014 in Montblanc boutiques worldwide.

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