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 New Haven Events & Activities

IKEA New Haven aids local tutoring center!
After undergoing two months of renovation, New Haven Reads unveiled its remodeled book bank —with matching bookshelves and new desks donated by IKEA, (and lots of light)!

Learn more about this local organization:

IKEA New Haven aids local tutoring center!
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 New Haven now has a solar energy system!
As part of our commitment to sustainability, IKEA has installed a solar energy system atop this store The 118,000-square-foot array consists of a 940.8-kW system, built with approximately 3,920 panels.

The IKEA New Haven solar program will produce approximately 1.1 million kWh of clean electricity annually - the equivalent of reducing 836 tons of carbon dioxide, eliminating the emissions of 149 cars or powering 95 homes yearly.
Creating a better life for people and our communities
IKEA in the community
At IKEA New Haven, we are dedicated to giving back to the local communities where our co-workers live and work. We support:

● New Haven Home Recovery: It is the mission of New Haven Home Recovery to promote the independence of women and children confronted with homelessness, HIV/AIDS and behavioral health issues in a supportive environment where their potential can be realized.

● Common Ground High School: Common Ground is a center for environmental learning and leadership in New Haven, Connecticut. On our 20-acre site at the base of West Rock Ridge, a diverse community of children, young people, and adults cultivate habits of healthy living and sustainable environmental practice.

If you are an established non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) status with a local reach, and would like to be considered on our Community Relations Program, print the IKEA New Haven Community Support Guidelines Application and complete accordingly.

Please note that applications will be taken into consideration for funding beginning January 2014. Due to the high volume of community involvement requests, we only respond to requests in writing and we may not respond to all requests. We only respond to submissions on the provided application. Telephone or in-person inquiries will not be considered. Thank you for your understanding.