In honor of Black history, Macy’s (NYSE:M) will highlight Black creatives and Black-owned brands and introduce a round-up campaign in stores and online at macys.com in support of Black Girls CODE and UNCF.
From February 1 through February 28, customers can round up their in-store purchases to the nearest dollar amount and donate the change (up to $0.99) to benefit Black Girls CODE and UNCF.
Black-owned Businesses and Brands As part of Macy’s, Inc.’s commitment to the Fifteen Percent Pledge, Macy’s, in partnership with CEW’s Indie 26, will launch 11 new black-owned award-winning beauty brands in February.
Both artists’ dazzling work will be on display at the following stores: Macy’s Center City in Philadelphia, PA Macy’s Downtown Crossing in Boston, MA Macy’s Herald Square in New York, NY Macy’s Downtown Brooklyn in Brooklyn, NY Macy’s Metro Center in Washington, D. C. Macy’s State Street in Chicago, IL Macy’s Union Square in San Francisco, CA The Workshop at Macy’s This Spring, Macy’s will welcome the class of 2021 to The Workshop at Macy’s, a diverse and women-owned vendor development program designed to educate and prepare retail vendors for growth.
Fifty talented entrepreneurs will join more than 120 businesses that have activated the game-changing curriculum to scale their business at Macy’s and across the retail industry at large during the program’s ten-year history.