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Time to Talk Day a choice occasion to take the stigma out of mental health distress.
The new common area seating at intu Potteries (Stoke-on-Trent, UK) is more than a place to rest between bouts of shopping. Today, officially the nation's Time to Talk Day, it's also a safe haven for visitors to start conversations about mental [...]
Breaking down social barriers is part of the arts and culture exercise at The Palms.
There are advocates of public art in commercial spaces and champions of inclusive shopping experiences. The Palms (Christchurch, New Zealand) managed to merge the two causes this past December 3 when it partnered with SkillWise to mark the Inte[...]
Help for Heroes is touring UK centers to raise awareness and funds ahead of Remembrance Day.
Forty thousand soldiers standing at attention in perfect rows. It's a familiar scene in the British Armed Forces, but the model installation that Manchester Arndale (UK) hosted earlier this month revealed more than the discipline and order requ[...]
The idea of malls as the sites of public art creation is no longer a stretch.
It's been nearly a year since Sheilah Lee Restall saw a post about a town in England where a poppy blanket had become a symbol of support for veterans and a way to mark Remembrance Day. An online business systems specialist, the Canadian hobby [...]
The Baycrest Foundation is back with a collection of 50 bespoke brain sculptures.
Cause-related retail marketing operates within an increasingly crowded marketplace, with brands desperately trying to find innovate ways of making their passion projects stand out. At Yorkdale (Toronto, Canada), the Baycrest Foundation is doing[...]
UK center shows its commitment to fighting heart disease is anything but fleeting.
A UK shopping center’s community outreach project will transform positive messages into a dress to impress.
The Salvation Army finds an ally in a Las Vegas Valley center.
This brand story might stick in shoppers’ mind well past the thrill of the retail find.
Blue Route Mall made feeding children its cause this past Human Rights Day.