People & planet
While IKEA work’s on a global level to improve the lives of people in places like India and Pakistan, IKEA Rhodes also strives to be a good neighbour in our local community.
Here's how we're making a difference in our local community.
PEOPLE & COMMUNITIES
Working in over 150 countries, UNICEF is the world's largest provider of vaccinations for developing countries and also supports child health and nutrition work, good water, sanitation, quality basic education and protection of children from violence, exploitation and HIV.
HeartKids strives to improve the lives of kids affected by Childhood Heart Disease by providing high quality, caring support, information and advocacy and to give hope by driving world class research. Childhood Heart Disease is the biggest killer of Australian children under the age of 1.
Don't forget to keep swiping your IKEA FAMILY card!
House with No Steps have been supporting people with a disability to live a good life as valued members of their community. The kitchen will be used to teach the disabled valuable cooking skills and help them live a better everyday.
Our DC (distribution team) team has refreshed rooms within these centres, providing patients; undergoing lengthy treatments; with a more comfy experience.
Our DC team also visited the children’s ward to give children toys in exchange for smiles and giggles!
Take a look at these before and after photos to see the transformation. We hope you like it!
The kitchen was sold in their AS-IS department where most of their display merchandise, discontinued products, overstocks and clearance items go before they find a new home. Not only did the kitchen go to a new home, the $2000 raised will help HeartKids help others.
HeartKids strives to improve the lives of kids affected by Childhood Heart Disease by providing high quality, caring support, information and advocacy and to give hope by driving world class research.
IKEA Rhodes has been working in partnership with TAFE SWSi since 2010, giving local design students the opportunity to gain industry experience through a work placement program. In this new initiative designers were given the opportunity to compete for the grant by entering a competition whereby they produced a plan to redesign a corner of their home using the IKEA range. The top five entries have been on display at IKEA Rhodes since Monday 30 December for the public to vote on their favourite design.
We are pleased to announce that the winners of the IKEA Design Grant 2014, as voted by the public are:
1st Christina Brooks
2nd Sarah Reason
3rd Celine Huggins
Congratulations to all our winners from everyone at IKEA Rhodes.
SUSTAINABLE LIFE AT HOME
Classified as an oily fish, lax is considered to be healthy due to its high protein and Omega 3 fatty acid content, which are important for brain function. Lax also has lots of vitamin D for healthy bones and muscles.
IKEA has committed to source salmon only from ASC certified (Aquaculture stewardship council) farms by August 2015 at the latest.
ENERGY & RESOURCES
Visit our AS-IS department located near the cash lines for clearance items, overstocks, discontinued products, and display merchandise up to 75% off their original price! This way you save money and together, we help the environment!
Recycling made easy...we'll take it from here!
LED lights are the sustainable choice. It shines for over 20 years, can be built into lamps for new designs, and uses a sliver of the energy of incandescent bulbs.