At Macy’s Technology, we are committed to recruiting, retaining, and advancing more women in technical roles at every level. We will continue to empower and advocate for women in our company as well as the young girls in our local communities. With the number of women pursuing a career in technology increasing, we are diligent in closing the gender gap in technology-focused roles and providing our current colleagues all of the tools they need to excel as leaders in the tech industry.Spotlight
At Macy’s, we know that constant innovation is required to win in retail today. And that our customer has set the bar high for their shopping experience in our stores and online. That’s why we’re introducing Market by Macy’s, a new store format that features a discovery-led, immersive shopping experience with unique merchandise and a social space to shop, eat, drink and relax.
Macy’s, Inc. celebrated Black History Month by embracing and expressing the diversity of black people and black culture. Celebrating diversity is an integral part of our culture as an organization and this month, Coast to Coast had the opportunity to connect with some our colleagues to share their thoughts on the importance of Black History Month, what black excellence means to them and the opportunities that lie ahead.
Staying warm or even feeling equal to one’s peers requires confidence – and a new coat can help with that. Learn how Macy’s and Clothes4Souls partner to provide warmth, hope and dignity to those in need every winter.
The wonder of giving comes in many forms. At Macy’s, we’ve brought this to life, partnering with Make-A-Wish for our annual Believe campaign for the past 12 years to help make wishes come true across the country for children with critical illnesses. Meet our wish kid Brantley, whose wish was to go to Colorado to build a snowman and who loves airplanes. The surprise we delivered to him on Macy’s Wish Wednesday captured the hearts of all who were able to witness his joy.
On Dec. 6, Macy’s celebrated National Believe Day and delivered one of the greatest gifts across the country – the gift of hope. This year was our most successful National Believe Day to date. We exceeded our goal and collected 1,348,107 letters in one day to raise $1 million for Make-A-Wish. That’s in addition to the $1 million we’ve committed for letters collected through December 24. Let’s look at the stories behind the grassroots efforts in our local stores, offices and communities that made the incredible gift of this day possible.
For the third year, our Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Singing Christmas Tree float was comprised of more than 100 talented Macy’s and colleagues from across the nation. Hear from a few of our singers to learn more about their experience and what it means to be part of such an iconic event.
We ring in the holidays every year with inspiring traditions, bringing together communities and families from across America. And this year, we encouraged all of New York City to “Believe in the Wonder” at the unveiling of our new Macy’s Herald Square holiday windows.
Giving Tuesday is the international day of giving during the holiday season. This year, we’re giving back to the North Star Relief Fund.
The holidays are when Macy’s shines. In addition to all the great activity in our stores, we bring communities together with inspiring traditions that are deeply engrained in American culture, and for many, have been part of families for generations.
This year, Macy’s Partners in Time Colleague Giving and Volunteerism Program celebrates 30 years of Making Life Shine Brighter for our customers, colleagues and communities.
The wonder of giving comes in many forms. For the 12th year, Macy’s is partnering with Make-A-Wish for our annual Believe campaign, helping make wishes come true across the country for children with critical illnesses. Each story is different, but the goal is the same. Granting a wish can help these children build the hope and strength they need to fight harder and see the impossible become possible.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is one of the nation’s most iconic holiday traditions. Each year, more than 3.5 million spectators attend the Parade in New York City, and over 50 million television viewers tune-in from home nationwide. We also have a large Macy’s team working behind the scenes to get our Parade to 34th St. each year.