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 Elizabeth Events & Activities

Friday, December 9, 2016
Swedish Christmas Julbord
A Julbord – pronounced ‘yuleboard’, literally meaning Christmas table – is a feast for the eye and a treat for your taste buds, with its colorful combinations of food that can be either salty, sweet or acidic.

Come to the all you can eat Julbord buffet!
IKEA FAMILY price $12.99, regular price $16.99
Kids under 12 IKEA FAMILY price $2.99, regular price $4.99

Seating Times:
4:30pm-6:00pm
6:30pm-8:00pm

Restaurant will be closing at 3pm

Ask a Restaurant co-worker for details and to purchase tickets. Seating is limited.

*Kids 12 years old and under

Wednesday Night BINGO!
Join us for BINGO in the Restaurant on the 2nd floor every Wednesday night from 5:30pm - 7pm. There will be prizes, food offers, tasty treats, and lots of fun! Space is limited, so don't be late!
No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years or older.

Lets Play for Change
Join our Good Cause Campaign, Let’s Play for Change, which highlights the benefits of play for all Children. For every children’s book and toy sold through November 20- December 24, 2016, the IKEA Foundation will make a donation of €1 to projects in some of the poorest communities in the world.

IKEA Elizabeth will have a Give Twice collection after the checkouts. All IKEA toys and books purchased can be dropped here and will be donated to Children's Specialized Hospital of New Jersey!
It's always nice to give twice!
Skip a trip to the grocery store!
Explore our newly remodeled Swedish Food Market. With its brand new look, the IKEA Swedish Food Market has even more tasty treats and ideas you can take home to make any meal memorable and affordable. Find wholesome breakfast ideas and easy to prepare dinners. We even offer organic coffee and jams, responsibly sourced, sustainable seafood and gluten-free desserts, so it’s better for you and the planet.

Thank you to our co-workers!
IKEA U.S. is listed on the 2016 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list! We thank our co-workers for making IKEA a great workplace!

IKEA is a values driven company with a strong culture that offers an outstanding co-worker experience. We are grateful that our unique culture and values, together with the investments that we’ve made in our co-workers, help to make working at IKEA a great experience for our co-workers.
Follow our co-workers’ journey!
IKEA believes in improving opportunities for children and their families. Several co-workers are traveling to rural West Virginia to visit Save the Children literacy programs funded by IKEA USA.

Save the Children Early Steps to School Success Program
The Early Steps to School Success program currently works in eight communities in five counties serving 3,197 children. The program lays a critical foundation of language, literacy skills, and social and emotional development for children from birth to age five. This includes home visits, book exchanges, parenting groups and an emphasis on transition to school, including equipping parents and caregivers with the skills to successfully support children’s growth.

Have us over for a visit!
We’re always looking for ways to improve your life at home. That’s why we do about a thousand Home Visits a year across the U.S.! And we would like to visit your home!

Here’s how it works: We’ll come to your home and interview you so we can learn about the day-to-day challenges you face with your home. If you are selected for a Home Visit, you’ll receive an IKEA Gift Card for participating. Help us make life at home better for everyone by registering for IKEA Home Visit today!

Click to registerand we will contact you if you are selected.

Creating a better life for people and our communities
In the Community
IKEA Elizabeth wants to play a part in creating a better life for the people and the communities touched by our business. This has always been part of our approach, and it is even more important today as our business continues to grow.

Here are a just a few examples of the ways IKEA Elizabeth is working towards being a valued and active member of our local community.
● The City Of Elizabeth
● Great Oaks Charter School in Newark, NJ
● Back To Basics (Sandy Relief) in Staten Island, NY
● Raphael’s Life House in Elizabeth, NJ
● Youth Consultation Services in Newark, NJ
● Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless
● The Institute of Music for Children in Elizabeth, NJ
● YWCA Union County
● Children's Specialized Hospital
● Kean Cares Occupational Therapy Center
● Liberty Hall Farm at Kean University
● Intensive Therapeutics in West Caldwell, NJ
● Jefferson Park Preschool in Elizabeth, NJ
● Bernice's House in Elizabeth, NJ


IKEA ELIZABETH DONATIONS GUIDELINES!
At IKEA Elizabeth we believe very much you can do good business while being a good business. The parameters below will help determine if your organization is a match with our donations guidelines.

Please keep in mind that although an organization may fit one of the requirements listed in our community support, it is not a guarantee that the request will be honored.

IKEA Elizabeth will consider applications from 501C-3 non profit organizations that...
1) Directly serve children in need
2) Work to protect our environment
3) Focus on affordable housing/homelessness

Our community support guidelines and application can be viewed on the link below. Due to the overwhelming number of donation requests, our giving is very focused. While we wish we could support all worthy organizations, we simply cannot.

The guidelines and application will determine if your organization is a fit within our giving policy. Please understand that although your organization may fit one or more of the requirements, it is not a guarantee that your request will be honored.