A La Mode invites shoppers to give back this Tuesday

'Giving Tuesday' gives residents and businesses a chance to give back

Oak Bay’s A La Mode boutique hosts an open house Tuesday, Nov. 29 in support of United Way Greater Victoria.

Hosted as part of “Giving Tuesday,” a global day of giving that happens each year after Black Friday and Cyber Monday,  for a minimum $20 donation to United Way, A La Mode will offer customers 20 per cent off their total purchase and a gift.

Every purchase will also include an entry for a door prize worth more than $200. Bubbles and bites will be served from 5 to 7 p.m.

Visit A La Mode at 1507 Wilmot Pl. For more details visit facebook.com/alamode2009 or alamode2009.com/

Giving Tuesday aims to bring Canadians, charities and businesses together to celebrate giving and participate in activities that support charities and non-profits.

 

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