At Babeland, giving feels good.
Shoppers are encouraged to bring five or more cans of food to any Babeland store from July 17−19 during their semi−annual sale and get up to 25% off everything in the store.
Babeland Brooklyn, 462 Bergen Street between Fifth & Flatbush avenues in Park Slope, will be distributing the cans of non−perishables to the Food Bank for New York which, for 25 years, has been the city’s major hunger−relief organization by procuring and distributing food to a network of approximately 1,000 food assistance programs citywide. Food Bank for New York helps to feed the approximately four million New Yorkers in need.
Babeland Brooklyn is also participating in the first annual Bergen Street Stoop Sale the same weekend, where you’ll get 20 percent off at Bump, Eponymy, Private Stock, Ride Brooklyn and Bergen Street Comics, and up to 65% off select items at Pintchik Hardware, plus select discounts on food and drinks at Fish and Sip, Melt and Organic Heights.
Catch the Bergen Street Stoop Sale between Flatbush and Fifth avenues from July 17−19.
Even without a donation, you can shop Babeland’s Sale and enjoy 20% savings on everything in the store. But the more you give, the more you get off.
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