Culture of Giving
|Give the gift of birding
for Valentine's Day!
Audubon's WINTER Baltimore Birding Weekend February 10-11, 2018
Looking for a special gift for your lovebird?
How about a romantic walk in the park, or a boat ride in the Inner Harbor?
Take your sweetie birding the weekend before Valentine's Day during the inaugural Winter Baltimore Birding Weekend, hosted by the Patterson Park Audubon Center February 10-11, 2018. Audubon’s winter urban birding festival consists of an exciting itinerary of bird watching field trips entirely within the city limits. The purpose of Audubon's Baltimore Birding Weekends is to provide guided experiences that connect people to the city’s waterfront and green spaces, highlight the incredible wildlife diversity that can be discovered in our urban parks, wetlands, and ecological restoration sites, and have a fun time birding in and exploring Charm City.
Tenpachi Salon was proud to spend the first day of summer, (Sat. June 21st) serving up $2 snow cones and free ice cones to dogs. The over $200 made from the snow cones benefited Kitties & Pitties.
We also featured discounts and coupons for all take-home products and the entire line of John Paul Pet products.
For more information on how you can help Kitties and Pitties go to kittiesnpitties.org
Tenpachi proudly accepts BNotes for products and services. Each $10 may be exchanged for 11 BNotes (BN11), which then trade equal to dollars, so you get a built-in 10% discount. They are available in multiples of $10, up to $200 (BN220). BNotes may also be received as change from participating merchants.
Hair for Oil Spills Program
Recycled hair clippings are made into hair "mats" that soak up petroleum oils spills. The recyled hair is also being used in the Gulf Spill Hair Boom Program.
For a pdf of what's being done click here.
John Paul Pet is a proud sponsor of Project Troop Dogs, an organization that sends care packages to the military war dog (MWD) teams overseas.
Mention the Project Troop Dog promotion and get 20% OFF your John Paul Pet Purchase
In 2010, Paul Mitchell Co-founder and CEO John Paul DeJoria founded Grow Appalachia, a non-profit initiative that helps Appalachian families plant a healthy future. Grow Appalachia helps families in need by... Providing skills and resources needed to grow sustainable, nutritious food Teaching healthy food preparation and preservation Creating programs that provide food to elderly and disabled residents Developing local farmer’s markets In the last year… Nearly 100 families have planted their own gardens Four community gardens have been planted in Eastern Kentucky An estimated 60,760 pounds of food have been harvested More than 1,000 people have received fresh, high-quality vegetables Did you know? Appalachia is a 205,000-square-mile region that follows the Appalachian Mountains from southern New York to northern Mississippi. It includes all of West Virginia and parts of 12 other states.