Discover the initiatives our retail partners are supporting as well as what they are doing to give back to the community during the COVID-19 crisis:
- Apple is donating millions of masks to medical personnel.
- Bath and Body Works is posting Sound Bath sessions - a self-care Sunday series for mediation on their Instagram.
- The Body Shop initiated a program to donate approximately 30,000 units of cleansing products to venerable communities who are struggling to protect themselves. Also, some of The Body Shop teams across the UK have donated goodie bags to hard-working folks in hospitals as a small gesture of their appreciation!
- Chipotle is giving healthcare facilities free burrito boxes.
- Daniel’s Jewelers recently donated 6,000 surgical masks to help support healthcare providers at the LA County USC Hospital.
- Gap and its sister brands Banana Republic and Old Navy have utilized their resources to supply hospitals and other organizations with personal protective equipment (PPE), including hospital gowns, facial masks, and face shields.
- H&M is using its global supply chain to produce and distribute protective clothing for hospital and health care workers. It has also donated $500,000 to a COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, which was created by the World Health Organization to raise money towards the work that is being done to prevent, detect, and respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
- Lazy Dog Restaurant is donating dinners to local healthcare workers for every Friends + Family Meal purchased.
- Lululemon is offering live videos on how to cope with home schooling, workouts, and yoga on their Instagram.
- L'Occitane has reassigned some of its factories to manufacture 70,000 liters of hand sanitizer for healthcare workers--and has donated over 40,000 units of moisturizer and hand cream to hospitals in COVID-19 hubs globally.
- M.A.C Cosmetics donated $10,000,000 to local organizations to prepare and deliver nutritious meals to vulnerable communities affected by COVID-19.
- Macy's is helping to provide meals to vulnerable seniors with the Meals on Wheels COVID-19 Response Fund.
- Michael Kors the brand, along with personal contributions from founder and Chief Creative Officer Michael Kors and CEO John Idol, will be donating $2 million towards local COVID-19 relief efforts.
- Panda Express co-founders Andrew and Peggy Cherng will be personally donating towards Panda's Community Care Fund to supply personal protection equipment, such as respirator masks, face shields, and gowns, for hospitals in highly affected areas.
- Spencer's team is working daily with southern NJ's largest hospital networks and suppliers to deliver crucial PPE equipment, including protective suits, gowns and masks, to healthcare workers.
- Starbucks is offering free coffee to those of the front lines of fighting the pandemic. First responders and front-line workers, such as doctors, nurses, paramedics, police officers and firefighters, are eligible to receive a free tall-sized hot or iced coffee until May 3.
- Swarovski's water school programs work with local communities across seven countries to provide sanitation facilities and improve handwashing in schools.
- Vans is supporting small businesses by donating the net proceeds from the sale of each pair of their special Vans Customs directly to their small business partners in this time of need.
- Verizon's $5 million contribution to No Kid Hungry will go towards aiding vulnerable children as schools shut down.
In addition to all the great work our retailers are doing to give back, Westfield Valencia Town Center has donated $1,000 to Henry Mayo Hospital to support our local healthcare workers and first responders in fighting COVID-19.
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