Just in time for the start of the holiday shopping season, Westfield Topanga & The Village are hosting a “Shop Your Heart Out” charitable shopping event to be held October 23 through November 1. 

Participants will have the chance to donate to their favorite charity to unlock exclusive offers and discounts from 65 or more retailers and restaurants.

To participate, buy a ticket online ($10 minimum) at shopyourheartout.westfield.com, and select a participating charity you wish to have your purchase support. Then, during the 10-day event, guests simply show their digital ticket – coined the “VIP Kind Pass”— to access exclusive shopping deals available in-store at Westfield Topanga & The Village. 

Offers vary by retailer and include 20% or more off your purchase; buy one, get one free; and special gift with purchase.

Community organizations partnering with Westfield Topanga & The Village include Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles, The Foundation for Las Virgenes Schools, San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission, Loving Home Hospice for Children, Inc, Optimist Youth Homes & Family Services Calabasas Film Festival, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, A New Way of Life Reentry Project, Mid and West Valley Family YMCA, Pacoima Beautiful, Asian Pacific Community Fund, Project Destined and San Fernando Community Health Center.

Participating retailers include Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Afters Ice Cream, Athleta, Auntie Anne’s, Bassett Furniture, Ben Bridge Jeweler, BOSS, Caspe, Cava, Claire’s, David Yurman, Dejaun Jewelers, Dynamic Tone, Eureka!, Fabletics, Havaiana, Hollister, Hot Topic, Jimmy Choo, Kiehl’s Since 1851, Mind Games, MontBlanc, Neiman Marcus, OMEGA, Pandora, Planet Beauty, Protini Bar, Quay Australia, Salvatore Ferragamo, Skechers, Skin Laundry, Sleep Number, Steve Madden, Sweetfin, The Closet Trading Col., Tommy Bahama, Varga, Young Art and more.

“We are so excited to participate in a shopping program that is designed to support local business and give back to our community and those in need during these unprecedented times,” says Brian Parent, General Manager of Westfield Topanga & The Village.

The  “Shop Your Heart Out” event continues the company’s #WestfieldCares initiative, which launched in March 2020 to help some of the most vulnerable populations impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. The initiative includes making monetary and in-kind donations to local organizations that serve deserving groups in the local valley community.