Ikea has announced it will restart a campaign that will donate a portion of its profits to the U.N. Refugee Agency, or UNHCR.
The company, which CNN reports has already donated over $166 million to UNHCR the since 2010, says it will donate €1 euro to the agency for every LED lightbulb sold in Ikea stores or online.
Called “The Brighter Lives for Refugees,” the campaign will run from Nov. 29 to Dec. 19. According to Ikea’s website, the campaign will “provide light and energy from renewable sources to refugee camps, making them a safer, more suitable place for the many families who live there.”
Ikea participated in the same campaign in 2014 and raised more than €7 million.
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