For one day a year, the “10 and Under” caveat is taken off the White Spot Pirate Pack and adults can order them too. To celebrate the fourth annual Pirate Pak Day on Wednesday, August 17, $2 from the sale of each kids and adult Pirate Pak and contributions received in lieu of Pirate Paks will be donated to the Zajac Ranch.
To celebrate the relocation, on their July 26th opening day, Kiehl’s will be hosting their widely-known “Shop For a Cause” initiatives. On that day, 100% of sales proceeds will be donated to Vancouver’s local Canucks for Kids Fund. Vancouver Canucks alumni Dave Babych will also be on hand to ring the official “store-opening bell” and launch “Shop for the Cause”.
True to its apothecary roots from the mid 1800’s, the new look of Kiehl’s on Robson features exposed brick walls, marble countertops and sterile looking stainless steel shelves, drawers and cabinets. To support Kiehl’s high standards of environmental responsibility, the brick walls and hardwood floor are both derived from reclaimed materials. Bright lights and neon signage with retro logos gives the store a modern twist. A shiny glass chandelier hangs from the ceiling (the original Kiehl’s in New York had multiple chandeliers). The iconic Mr. Bones, a teaching skeleton which is a reminder of the brand’s commitment to science and education, stands casually in a white lab coat by a display of lotions (not potions!) in stacked cubic shelves…
In celebration of its 160th anniversary, Kiehl’s (1025 Robson Street) is holding a national “Shop for the Cause” event on June 23, 2011, at Kiehl’s boutiques across Canada and on Kiehls.ca. 100% of the sales during the “Shop for the Cause” will be donated to associations affiliated with the Canadian Association of Pediatric Oncology Camps.
Hosted by Melody Fury of Gourmet Fury and Joy of Gourmeted, “Bake for the Quake” is a collective bake sale at Yaletown Roundhouse (181 Roundhouse Mews) this Wednesday April 20th. The cause? To raise funds for Japan earthquake and tsunami relief.