For the second year in a row, Macy’s, Inc. colleagues spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan. 21) giving back.
This Giving Tuesday, the international day of giving around the holiday season, we will celebrate the way that we give back from the inside out – the North Star Relief Fund.
As part of The Big Give Back, colleagues across the nation participated in Give Back Days. Here’s a look at some of the ways we showed up for our communities this August.
In times of need, the first question a Macy’s, Inc. colleague asks is: What can I do to help? This month, we’re answering that question with the introduction of the North Star Relief Fund.
This Earth Week, we’re asking ourselves – “How can we Get Better Every Day?”
Check out the photos you shared for Earth Week showing your creative, engaging and exciting ideas for how you’re adding more sustainable activity to your life.
Here’s a look at some of the ways we supported our network of local food banks, soup kitchens, and other organizations that directly impact our communities every day.
Creating and celebrating community is in our DNA. March hosts our annual Bag Hunger campaign – a month-long movement at Macy’s to show up in times of need and share joy.
This month’s Beyond the Boardroom with Jeff Gennette took us to Sherman Oaks, California, where we learned about Studio Services, an offering that helps dress your favorite TV characters in Macy’s fashion.
Discover hundreds of sustainable products available at bloomingdales.com. Get the inside story about how this shop came to life.
The American Heart Association has awarded Macy’s, Inc. its Gold Recognition for Workplace Health Achievement. This achievement, which is the highest recognition of its kind, is a reflection of our continued commitment to the health of our Associates and our communities, including through initiatives such as our national Know Your Numbers biometrics program and our weight loss and diabetes prevention programs.
Hear from PRIDE members about what this group means to them and our company and find out what Associates did to celebrate Spirit Day.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month; it’s a cause near and dear to the heart of our company. Read on to learn more about the efforts Macy’s and our Associates are putting forth to fight breast cancer, and the story of how one special necklace is making a difference in the search for a cure.
We’re celebrating New York Fashion Week in a greener way. See the fashion brands at Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s that support sustainability.
Giving back is always in fashion at Macy’s. This summer, nearly a thousand Macy’s, Inc. Associates nationwide united to make a difference in their local communities. To all our Associates who gave back, thank you. Prepare to be inspired by these photos and stories!
Read stories from your fellow Macy’s, Inc. Associates about what the United Way campaign means to them and how it has impacted their own lives and their communities. Get inspired and find out how these individuals championed for change.
Our commitment to creating a more sustainable environment is reflected in the inspiring work of our Go Green Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). From coast to coast, here’s what you did to make Earth Week 2017 just a little more green.
Who are Fortune’s top 50 most powerful Latinas leading corporate America today? We’re incredibly proud to announce that three of them are here with us at Macy’s. Let’s congratulate them.
Macy’s commitment to its diverse employees and customers extends far beyond what you see on the selling floor. Learn why we’re recognized as one of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises.
Bag Hunger has been a symbol of our commitment to localized involvement in the communities where we live and work for 20 years. Employees across the country contribute food, money and their time to food pantries and soup kitchens. This year, we are celebrating our milestone anniversary by giving our customers the chance to give back with us through the “Make Good Cents” Campaign.
Bloomingdale’s 59th Street store gave customers a chance to start the year on a healthy note by hosting a morning yoga class with Hilaria Baldwin, co-founder of Yoga Vida and author of “The Living Clearly Method,” on Jan. 28.
Macy’s again will kick off New York Fashion Week as the presenting sponsor for the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection 2017 at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9 in New York City. Click here for a sneak peek!
Bloomingdale’s Fashion Director Brooke Jaffe welcomed the celebrity cast of the Bravo show, “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.” Check out the star-studded scene with our photo gallery of the panel at the 59th Street flagship store.
Developing a plan is one thing. Delivering real-world results is another. From cutting our energy consumption to decreasing waste sent to landfills, we are making an impact. Find out how.
The temperatures are just beginning to turn colder, but Bloomingdale’s is thinking spring. The 100% Bloomingdale’s Spring 2017 collection was revealed at an exclusive press preview on Oct. 26 and Coast to Coast got an inside look.
When thinking about sustainability, you might think about conserving energy, recycling paper and plastic, or even buying organic and local food. The fashion industry is making strides in becoming more eco-friendly. But what exactly is sustainable apparel?
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women, after lung cancer. Early detection can save your life.
Macy’s invited associates and customers to join the fight against breast cancer in October with an inspirational and fashionable campaign that puts the focus on a disease that affects women and those who love them.
Bloomingdale’s Continued Their Support for Long-standing Partners in the Cause
We asked you to stand with us, and you responded in force.
Bloomingdale’s partnered with 16-time Tony nominated and 11-time Tony winning musical “Hamilton” as the exclusive retail partner for the show.
Bloomingdale’s has teamed up with Liberty London, a well-known British print house, to create Liberty Flowers, a capsule collection of summer living and entertaining must-haves.
Providing a 360-degree omni view of customers, the new OmniClient application gives associates a tremendous tool to build quality client relationships and directly drive their business.
Spring is all about expressing yourself in fun, colorful ways, whether it’s through your clothing or your conversations.
Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s customers celebrated their good fortune at Lunar New Year celebrations in select stores.
Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship hosted Hal Rubenstein, renowned fashion authority and author of “The Looks of Love,” for an evening of fashion and romance in February.
Through the Partners in Time annual Bag Hunger initiative, teams across the country came together this spring to feed children in need this summer, a time when school-based meals are not available and food pantry supplies run low.
Bloomingdale’s entered the Hawaii market with the opening of Ala Moana Center in Honolulu in November. The three-level, 165,000 square-foot store is the centerpiece of the world’s largest open-air shopping mall, with full-line offerings and an extensive roster of brands – several of which are exclusive to Bloomingdale’s Ala Moana.
In November, Bloomingdale’s unveiled its first flagship Outlet store with the opening of its new Upper West Side location, at 2085 Broadway (on the northwest corner of 72nd St.).
Sarah Jessica Parker visited the Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship store in New York City for a meet-and-greet with shoe-obsessed fans in September to celebrate the launch of her SJP Collection. Parker was thrilled with the turnout of fans and stayed an extra two hours to meet every customer, personally helping many to find the best shoe for their look.
For most of us, making a purchase is as easy as swiping a credit card. As of fall 2015, more consumers across the country will trade swiping for inserting as EMV, a global technical payment standard for credit cards, takes effect.
Bloomingdale’s was among the five recipients of the Child Mind Institute’s first Change Makers Awards, recognizing its support of CMI and mental health. Tony Spring, Bloomingdale’s chairman and chief executive officer, accepted the award in May. Bloomingdale’s is a founding partner of CMI, and has benefitted the organization during the holiday season for the past six years.