We Partnered with Macy's to Provide a Shopping Adventure for 45 Littles

Can you imagine being 13 years old and having an entire retail store open just for you- and a $200 gift card to purchase whatever you would like?

Well, 45 “littles” in the BBBSPGH program got to experience this!

Macy's stores across the region opened its doors early on April 23rd for a private shopping event for 45 Littles from the Pittsburgh area! Thanks to a partnership with BBBSPGH and a $9,000 donation from Macy’s, these 45 Littles shopped with their Bigs to pick up some new items as they prepare for their future. Additionally, a check was presented to BBBSPGH leadership during the shopping event.

Many thanks to the Ross Park, South Hills Village, Monroeville, Robinson, and Pittsburgh Mills Macy’s stores for hosting us!

“We provide children who need a mentor with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever,” said Becky Flaherty, CEO of BBBSPGH. “Our vision is that all children achieve success in life, which aligns perfectly with the Macy’s social purpose platform, Mission Every One.”

Mission Every One is a Macy’s, Inc. commitment to leverage its business and brand to achieve positive societal change and create a brighter future with bold representation. Macy’s, Inc. is committed to strengthening communities by empowering the curiosity and confidence of young people on their journey to become the leaders of tomorrow. To learn more, visit macysinc.com/purpose.

Many thanks also to KDKA and reporter Chris Rose for broadcasting a great feature about the event. You can view that, here

Also, thanks to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for publishing an article about the event. Read that, here

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