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IKEA Baltimore Events & Activities

Friday, August 15, 2014
Swedish Crayfish Party
Imagine a mild late summer evening. Friends gathered around a table set outdoors with bright red crayfish, bread, cheese, shrimps and various pies. And as the sun sets slowly, candles are lit and paper lanterns glow in the increasing darkness. Everyone is wearing paper hats and bibs, singing merry songs to accompany the snaps.

Price: $9.99 for adults; Children 12 & under $2.49
Regular price
Price: $12.99 for adult; Children 12 & under $4.99

Tickets are sold per seating and are on sale now. Ask a Restaurant co-worker for details and to purchase your tickets. Seating is limited, so don't wait!

Seatings available:
● 5:00pm – 6:30pm
● 7:30pm – 9:00pm

The IKEA Restaurant will close at 2:00pm that day to prepare for this special event. Our Swedish Food Market and Bistro will be open and available all day.

Friday, August 15, 2014
The Votes Are In!
Congratulations to the 40 ‘Life Improvement Challenge’ winners… and thanks to our IKEA US customers and co-workers for their overwhelming support.

This is the 4th year of the IKEA Life Improvement Challenge; a program in which IKEA US customers & co-workers vote on a charity who will win a complete makeover including IKEA products & design expertise. Additionally, runner ups will win gift cards.

After weeks of tremendous voting support, the 40 charities have been selected. These charities help make a difference in each of their communities, and IKEA is pleased to be a part of making them warm, welcoming and functionally attractive.

Thank you for your support and know that these charities do as well.
The Votes Are In!
IKEA Baltimore now has a solar energy system!
IKEA officially plugged-in the solar energy system installed at its store in Baltimore, Maryland. We are excited by this commitment to use renewable energy, reduce our carbon footprint and continue to improve the lives of the many.
IKEA Baltimore now has a solar energy system!
Creating a better life for people and our communities
IKEA Baltimore Donations
The IKEA vision is to "create a better everyday life for the many.” At IKEA Baltimore, we are dedicated to giving back to the local communities where our co-workers live and work. Most recently, we have donated to the following organizations:

● Baltimore School of the Arts.
● Boys Hope Girls hope Home
● Chesapeake Gateway Chamber
● Digital Harbor Foundation
● Eastern Technical High School
● Gunpowder Elementary
● Harford Technical High School
● Havre de Grace High School
● Holly Neck Conservation Association
● Johns Hopkins Bayview hospital
● Junior Achievement of Central Maryland
● Lutherville Lab
● Patapsco High
● Pumpkin Theater

In developing our charitable giving program, IKEA Baltimore has decided the best way to support this vision is to focus on children and the environment in our local community.

If you feel your organization fits within the guidelines outlined in our Charitable Donations information attached, and you would like to submit an application for consideration, please follow these steps:

1. Download and fill out the Children and Environmental Support Program's Application located below.
2. Complete all mandatory sections of the form.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Please Note: IKEA Baltimore will review applications as time permits. Please reserve up to 6 weeks response time. We ask that telephone inquiries regarding status not be made due to the high volume of requests received. All decisions made by IKEA Baltimore are final.

Please click on the links below for more information on our donation program and how your organization may apply. Many thanks for your interest in IKEA Baltimore.
IKEA Baltimore Donations