The hometown brand behind the ‘Home is Toronto‘ tees you know and love is hosting a pop-up in support of the Canadian Cancer Society this weekend.
Peace Collective is partnering up with Jamieson Vitamins to bring the Sunshine Box pop-up shop – focused on sun safety – to the Ossington Strip.
If you stop by, you’ll get the chance to shop exclusive items in support of the CCS.
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The pop-up will be located at Peace Collective’s flagship store at 131 Ossington Avenue from July 12 to 14. And the curated selection of items in-store will be entirely by donation, with 100% of the proceeds going to the CCS.
“Jamieson is a proud supporter of the CCS,” said Corrine Chan, Campaign Manager of Jamieson Vitamins. “With skin cancer being the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canada, we are so excited to partner with like-minded Canadian brands to help educate Canadians on how to stay sun safe and raise money for the incredible research work of the Canadian Cancer Society.”
Along with Jamieson Vitamins x Peace Collective t-shirts, you’ll be able to browse through Marsquest sunglasses, Tocara jewelry, Woodlot skincare, and Natura Soy candles, as well as receive free samples of DavidsTea summer beverages.
Don’t miss the chance to score some sweet summer swag, and for a great cause.
The Sunshine Box Pop-Up Shop
When: July 12 to 14, 2019
Hours: Friday from 11 am to 7 pm, Saturday from 11 am to 8 pm, Sunday from 12 pm to 6 pm
Where: Peace Collective Flagship Store, 131 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, ON