SHOP & GIVE PROGRAMME
CREATORS AND BRANDS SUPPORT THE WORK OF THE ORGANIZATION
We value all kinds of support as it sustains the organization’s effort to showcase the timeless influence of ancient Greek culture on modern creation, helps us promote the preservation of the Greek heritage, stimulate cultural entrepreneurship, preserve ancient techniques and support traditional occupations. Detailed information on BH’s synergies with brands that create products of cultural value in the frame of the Shop & Give programme is provided below.
KEAR FOR BH
Cosmetics company κέᾰρ supports the work of the organization by donating a percentage of its proceeds from the Plant Heroes Body Balm, “a balm for heroes”. This beeswax ointment for the body contains olive oil, natural beeswax, chamomile, calendula and St. John’s Wort, also known in Greek as sword grass, a name derived from its use by ancient Spartans, who used its oil to help heal their sword wounds after battles.
POLINA ELLIS FOR BH
With two pieces of jewellery inspired by Cycladic figurines, archaeologist and jewellery designer Polina Ellis participates in the Shop & Give programme, thus supporting the work of the organization. Pendant Cycladic Idol is a silver pendant, plated with rhodium on a 70cm silver chain. The same piece of jewellery is also available with a leather strap. Necklace Cycladic Idol is a silver piece of jewellery, gold plated with beige enamel on a 40cm silver chain.
ERGON MYKONOS FOR BH
Ergon Mykonos supports the work of Branding Heritage by donating a percentage of its proceeds from the Garifalia Dress. Woven on a digital loom, this dress is part of the Spring-Summer 2021 collection, inspired by the painters who captured the Greek revolution in their works. Patterns: The crown pattern, embroidered with gold thread at the front of the dress, is inspired from an exhibit of the Heraklion Archaeological Museum, while the pleats at the bottom are inspired by the fustanella skirt.
NEVRO FOR BH
Nevro Corporation supports the work of Branding Heritage by donating a percentage of its proceeds from the “Hypatia” T-shirt of the Nevro Icons Spring-Summer 2021 collection. The drawing on the t-shirt portrays the face of great philosopher Hypatia, the first woman to teach philosophy, mathematics and astronomy in Alexandria.