Heine Brothers’ is proud to join our friends at The Center for Women and Families in the Thursdays in Black campaign for the month of October!
Thursdays in Black started in Argentina in the 1970’s when women began wearing black to raise awareness and honor women who were disappearing and being found later, raped and murdered. Since then, Thursdays in Black has become an international movement to draw attention to violence across the world and for people to join in solidarity against it. October is Domestic Violence Awareness & Prevention Month, and you can join us – wear black on Thursdays, drink your coffee black on Thursdays, and let people know why.
We’re happy to team up with Volunteers of America again this year for their Hope for the Holidays campaign! You can donate new or gently used coats, jackets, hats, gloves, or other winter accessories in any Heine Brothers’ or VINT shop and they will go to those right here in Kentuckiana that are in need!
You can learn more about Volunteers of America’s Hope for the Holidays” campaign here.
On November 29th, Heine Brothers’ at 805 Blankenbaker Parkway will give a free cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate to all guests who donate at least $1 to Care in a Cup. The Blankenbaker Parkway location will donate all funds raised through Care in a Cup that day to purchase holiday dinners at the Center for Women and Families.