Tiffany & Co. is continuing its support for CARE through August 31 with its Tiffany Infinite Strength campaign. The brand committed $1 million to COVID-19 related recovery efforts in April and has expanded its pledge to at least $2 million through August 31. The Tiffany Infinite Strength campaign features 38 styles of bracelets, rings, earrings, and pendants in white, yellow, rose gold, platinum, and sterling silver. One hundred percent of profits from the collection’s sales will be donated. It’s the perfect opportunity to add a little sparkle to your jewelry collection and support a greater good. For more information, visit tiffany.com/sustainability/community/infinite-strength.
Milk Money Brewing in La Grange has a sneak peek this summer for those anxiously awaiting the opening of La Grange’s inaugural brewery. The brewery which also includes a full menu and restaurant area, is serving up Produce Boxes and Pantry Boxes for customers to get a first look at the quality ingredients used in the new space. The boxes support local, thoughtful brands and may include Wixter Seafood products, Daisies pasta kits, and Frillman Farms produce, among other brands. Boxes come in small (for two people) or large (for four people) and can be picked up or delivered weekly. They come with an array of only the finest ingredients to serve your family a complete and fresh meal when you may not want to head to the market. Milk Money Brewing plans to open its doors this summer but grab a box and see what’s in store today. For more information or to order a box, visit exploretock.com/milkmoneybrewing.
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The Elmhurst Art Museum’s wants your snail mail this summer. Get creative and send in a unique postcard by August 30 for an opportunity to be featured in the museum’s fall exhibit, titled “Art in the Post.” Share your thoughts on current events like COVID- 19, a recipe, a poem, and more. Just be sure your thoughts fit on the postcard of index card. Chosen submissions will be shown between September 10 and November 22. For more information, visit elmhurstartmuseum.org/exhibitions/art-in-the-post.