Planning a New Year home improvement project? Then you’re in for a treat.
We’ve already left all the bad vibes last year, and what better way to welcome 2023 than by sprucing up your living space? Since most of us tend to find a way to begin the year right and full of positivity and just be cozy, this is your sign to start on that revamp project.
If you need home improvement ideas, you can simply head over to Our Home and Crate & Barrel stores! And here’s another great news, aside from being able to get design ideas, you also get to help those who are in need just by shopping.
Advantage for everyone
Starting January 11 until January 15, 2023, if you’re a SMAC (SM Advantage Card) member, you can earn extra SMAC points on select purchases. And the best part? Half of those extra points will be donated to the Hapag Movement, Globe’s tech-driven initiative against involuntary hunger, and other SM Foundation programs, making it easy to give back while updating your home.
When visiting Our Home, you can earn 1,000 Extra SMAC Points on purchases of participating items, while you can also earn 100 Extra SMAC Points for any purchase from the Entertainment, Kitchen and Dining categories at Crate & Barrel.
Excited about the promo? All you have to do is present your SMAC Start Card, SMAC, or SMAC Prestige Card upon payment in-store or provide your card number when ordering via SM Store’s Personal Shopper site.
Nowhere else can you help feed the hungry and upgrade your home at the same time than at Our Home and Crate & Barrel, which also offer a wide array of modern contemporary furniture, home décor, and dining ware.
Teaming up to help
Through the partnership of leading digital solutions platform Globe and SMAC, they help put meals on the table for those in need through Globe’s Hapag Movement.
The Hapag Movement leverages technology and collaboration to help 100,000 families who are experiencing involuntary hunger through supplemental feeding and livelihood support.
Globe initiated the program to help Filipinos severely affected by the pandemic, especially since a Social Weather Stations Survey showed that an estimated 15 million Filipinos still suffer from involuntary hunger.
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