You can do a lot with $300,000, including “shoot hoops” with NBA legend Scottie Pippen and his son.
Oct 28, 2022
Neiman Marcus has reaffirmed its commitment to Black youth, and has put their money where their proverbial mouth is to prove their commitment. In a press release, the luxury retailer has announced they’ve joined forces with the Boys & Girls Club of America for the next three years, so that the non-profit organization can continue its fundraising efforts in the stores throughout Black History Month. The ultimate goal, the company says, is to deliver more than $1 million toward the advancement of youth. With 4.6 million young people in Boys & Girls Clubs of America, 26 percent, or 1.1 million, are Black. Donations from the Neiman Marcus Group — the parent company of the store and its ancillary properties — ensure all youth, including Black youth, receive the knowledge, skills, and experiences to prepare them for school, work, and life. Donations are also used to advance young emerging scholars interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). “Neiman Marcus Group...
Feb 2, 2021