South Granville Businesses Help Out

The South Granville businesses Diane’s Lingerie, Bau-Xi Gallery, JAK’s Beer Wine & Spirits and The Rise Eatery are taking action for ones in need during these unprecedented times. Here’s how you can support their compassionate acts of kindness:

Diane’s Lingerie | Greater Vancouver Food Bank Fundraiser

This local lingerie store wants to help out families in need through raising money for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. For each $1 donated, the food bank can provide $3 worth of nutritious and wholesome food.

Giving is easy:

Bau-Xi Gallery | Art Cares Exhibition

May 14th – 31st, 11:59 PM EST.

‘Art Cares’ is a digital exhibition coordinated by the Bau-Xi Gallery. All paintings are artist donations and all proceeds are being donated toward Food Banks Canada to mitigate the communal effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

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In addition to ART CARES, the Bau-Xi Gallery has partnered with Ted Fullerton to auction his suite of 30 drawings, inspired by a phoenix rising. Bidding will close May 22nd with all proceeds also going to Food Banks Canada.

JAK’s Beer Wine & Spirits | JAK’s Gives Back

On Saturday, May 30 ten percent of sales from all 13 JAK’s locations will be donated to food banks across BC. There is no catch — stock up on your favourite wine or summer beverages either in-store or ​online​ and make a difference doing it.

Since JAK’s team can’t physically raise a glass with guests this year due to social distancing, they’re also donating $1 from every bottle of ​JAK’s gratitude wine​ sold this month to local food banks. It’s their way of showing extra gratitude one bottle at a time.

The Rise Eatery/The Comfort Zone | Feeding Our Frontlines Partnership

The Rise Eatery and The Comfort Zone are proud partners of Feeding Our Frontlines. The organization lets you buy a meal for healthcare heroes at the nearest hospital or long-term care home. Easy click, easy help.

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Urban Barn | Furniture Donations to Lions Gate Hospital

Urban Barn gifted a make-over of the staff lounges for the Respiratory Therapists and Operating Room staff at Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver, BC. The company donated $32,000 of furniture, including leather recliners and Canadian-made sofas, because now more than ever, healthcare workers deserve a comfortable space to feel right at home.

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