Product Recycling Fund
The price of this item includes a contribution to a Product recycling fund to ensure that waste electrical and electronic equipment is collected and recycled in a responsible manner.

IKEA Charlotte Activities & Events

What's happening at IKEA Charlotte?
When you visit the IKEA Charlotte store, be sure to sign up to receive upcoming offers and promotions. Entry box located at the restaurant entrance. One winner drawn monthly. See store for promotion guidelines.

Easter Brunch Plate for only $5.99
Come to IKEA Charlotte on Easter Sunday for a fantastic Easter Brunch Plate and a day of fun and shopping with the family! The Easter Brunch Plate includes ham or turkey sausage, scrambled eggs, golden hash-brown potatoes, and fluffy Swedish pancakes, all for just $5.99 per plate. Easter Brunch hours are 10:30am to 2:30pm on Sunday, April 20, 2014.
What's happening at IKEA Charlotte?
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 Charlotte now has a solar energy system!
IKEA, the world’s leading home furnishings retailer, today officially plugged in the solar energy system installed at its store in Charlotte, North Carolina. The 122,000-square-foot PV array consists of a 1,015-kW system, built with 4,228 panels. The IKEA Charlotte program will produce approximately 1,330,000 kWh of clean electricity annually, the equivalent of reducing 938 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2), eliminating the emissions of 195 cars or powering 140 homes yearly.
IKEA Charlotte now has a solar energy system!
Creating a better everyday life in the Carolinas
IKEA Charlotte keeps giving back
IKEA is known as the Life Improvement store and IKEA Charlotte and our co-workers took that to another level in 2013, hosting monthly Life Improvement events all over the Charlotte area.

Here are just some of the Life Improvement events IKEA Charlotte supported during the last year:
● Earth Day Furniture Recycling Event with Crisis Assistance Furniture Bank
● Donated food for volunteers working Bark in the Park
● Toiletries collection drive for young people staying at The Relatives' shelter
● Refreshing the storage areas at Victory Junction
● Donating and assembling chests of drawers for families moving from homelessness into residency with volunteers from Crisis Assistance Ministry's Furniture Bank
● Refreshed UNC Charlotte's Student Health Center Recovery Room
● Donated and assembled furniture for the new Regional AIDS Interfaith Network Office (RAIN)
● Donated food for up to 300 veterans attending the Mecklenburg County Veterans Stand Down
● Distributed safety kits in Huntersville with the American Red Cross
● Held a document shredding event with the Better Business Bureau
● Hosted residents of Hope Haven for Thanksgiving dinner
● Provided reading nooks to the United Way's children's charities throughout the year.

Some of the Life Improvement events planned for 2014 include:
● Collaborating with Sow Much Good to distribute fruits, veggies, and cook's tools to teach healthy eating in poorer parts of Mecklenburg County
● Helping to promote the Mecklenburg County Senior Games
● Working on a special project with Time Out Youth

IKEA Charlotte collaborates with Sow Much Good
In March, IKEA Charlotte will collaborate with the Charlotte-based non-profit organization Sow Much Good, which distributes fruits and veggies to areas in Mecklenburg County without access to produce.

Sow Much Good will provide the produce and IKEA will be donating cutting boards, cutlery, and salad spinners. All those items will be distributed to neighborhoods that need them in the county's Davidson and Huntersville communities. Check back for more information!

Check back for more information as the year goes along and find out how IKEA Charlotte and its co-workers are helping to improve people's lives. We are not currently accepting requests at this time.

Creating a better everyday life in the Carolinas