Macy’s And Girls Inc., Empower And Inspire Girls From Harlem To Hollywood

Macy’s has partnered with Girls Inc. to support their critical work of providing research-based programming and safe, supportive spaces to help girls be socially-and emotionally-well, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and persistent racial discrimination and injustice. Continue Reading →

Macy’s And East Harlem’s Carter Burden Network Celebrate National Senior Citizen Day

On Wednesday, August 21st, Macy’s and the Carter Burden Network (CBN) celebrated National Senior Citizens Day with a full day of exciting activities for East Harlem seniors at the Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Center (Covello). Continue Reading →

Macy’s Salute Those Who Serve With Support To Empower Veterans And Military Families

This July, Macy’s and its customers nationwide will pay special tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces with a charitable round-up campaign, “Macy’s Salutes Those Who Serve,” to support active duty military, veterans and military families. Continue Reading →

Macy’s Celebrates Pride + Joy With The LGBTQ Community From Harlem To Hollis

Macy’s long-standing commitment to diversity, equality, and inclusion is punctuated this June by its nationwide celebration of National Pride Month. Continue Reading →


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