Last Chance for Home PlateAuthor:Lindsey Shook
It’s the last day of Heath Ceramics “Home Plate” program that benefits the Skid Row Housing Trust. Following the success of last year’s program, Heath continues its partnership with Skid Housing Trust in order to provide permanent homes for L.A.’s homeless population. In 2010, upwards of 4,000 pieces were donated. With two new buildings in the pipeline, in addition to the 22 buildings owned and operated by Skid Row Housing Trust, items are desperately in need.
A guilt-free way to update your dinnerware collection and a great way to give back: collected dinnerware will be donated to Skid Row Housing Trust, who will in turn place them within one of their community kitchens or with one of their newly housed individuals. Help Heath reach its goal by trading in your existing dinnerware collection for 25% off any corresponding piece of dinnerware today. The mid-century American pottery will also accept straight donations of small household items like pots, pans and cutlery.
Home Plate runs through Wednesday, August 31.
HEATH CERAMICS LOS ANGELES is located at 7525 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA |323.965.0800.
For more info, visit Heath Ceramics
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