For the second year in a row, Macy’s, Inc. colleagues spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan. 21) giving back.
Imagine skipping a cancer screening because you didn’t have enough money to fill your MetroCard, or missing a chemotherapy appointment because you couldn’t afford child care that week. Cancer affects everyone – but not everyone has access to cancer care. In partnership with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Macy’s and Ralph Lauren are working to change that.
Watch as Macy’s and Clothes4Souls distribute 35,000 brand new coats to those in need.
The wonder of giving comes in many forms. Macy’s is partnering with Make-A-Wish for the annual Believe campaign for the 11th year, making wishes come true across the country for children with critical illnesses. Our own colleagues are also among the more than 2.6 million people touched by the wishes granted by Macy’s. We’re sharing the special journey of one of this year’s wish kids and she comes from the Macy’s family. Meet Mia DiVenere and receive the gift of inspiration from her story.
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.
This holiday season, Macy’s invited customers to give back by participating in The Big Give Back: Buy A Coat & We’ll Donate One program benefitting Clothes4Souls.
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.
At Macy’s, Inc., giving back is a core component of our culture. We strive to have a positive impact on the communities we serve and we’re committed to supporting the Las Vegas and Parkland, Florida communities as they continue on their journeys to recovery.
More than 300 young women, ages 14 to 23, learned firsthand that when you look good, you feel good – especially when staying within budget with help from Macy’s Backstage!
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.
Thoughts from our Chairman and CEO, Jeff Gennette, about our Macy’s Salutes Those Who Serve campaign, and how we can work together as a company to support America’s veterans.
Who are the students “soaring” through Macy’s Herald Square flagship store as of late? The teenagers – 20 in total – are scholars from the prestigious Eagle Academy for Young Men in the Bronx, New York.
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.