Trends come and go, but we have only one planet on which to live. At Macy’s, our commitment to a sustainable world reaches beyond last season’s trends. We’re interested in putting an everlasting green footprint on the runway. Let’s follow the thread to see where Eileen Fisher’s clothes come from and why these products are so sustainable.
Heart disease and stroke cause one in three deaths among women each year. Fortunately, we can change that statistic because 80 percent of cardiac and stroke events may be prevented with education and action.
Last fall, Macy’s began searching for associates in the New York area who had been impacted by heart disease, either personally or through someone close to them. Read on to meet the women chosen to be the heart of this year’s Go Red For Women campaign.
Macy’s celebrated National Believe Day on Dec. 9 by again partnering with Make-A-Wish to grant “Wishes Across America” for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Experience some of the magic through these photos of wishes granted on National Believe Day.
Macy’s launched its ninth annual Believe campaign earlier this month with special events across the country. Enjoy photos from a few Believe launch events and get inspired to write your own letter to Santa!
This year, Macy’s celebrates our biggest milestone in total giving to Make-A-Wish, a nonprofit organization that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Bloomingdale’s Continued Their Support for Long-standing Partners in the Cause
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.
Macy’s invited its customers to help every girl sparkle on prom night through a special dress donation program. For every prom dress purchased in stores and on macys.com on March 26, Macy’s donated a prom dress to Operation PROM, helping to make dreams come true for girls in need – 5,600 dresses were contributed!