We spoke with three of our executives about building their careers at Nordstrom and what businesses need to do to create a more inclusive environment.
We are excited to announce the launch of See You Tomorrow, a new re-commerce experience available online and at Nordstrom NYC where customers can purchase a curated assortment of preloved products.
Today through the end of the year, our goal is to raise an additional $1M for some of our partners during this holiday season.
We're excited to give a $250,000 community grant to help support the Good+Foundation in NYC.
We're excited to share our latest corporate social responsibility report.
Trends may come and go, but sustainability is always in style.
We are pleased to announce we have achieved 100% pay equity for employees of all genders and races.
We've teamed up with our customers and the nonprofit Shoes That Fit to give away at least 25,000 pairs of brand-new, properly fitting shoes to children across the country.
A discussion about our new goal in which by 2023, 70% of all our Nordstrom Made products will be produced in factories that support women's empowerment.
In honor of Pride Month, we're excited to support festivals and activities across the U.S. and Canada, as well as provide $100,000 in grants to LGBTQ youth service organizations.
This Earth Day, we are particularly proud of our efforts around energy reduction.
We focus our charitable efforts on programs that care for kids and families, which is why we decided to partner with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
We're always looking for ways to help the communities we serve and for opportunities to work with local organizations that are making a difference. Over the holidays, we had the chance to do both through a new partnership with the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
Nordstrom works throughout the year to reduce the impact our business has on the environment. This takes many forms, including updating our packaging and installing more energy-efficient lighting systems in our stores.
When Justin Studebaker, a Personal Stylist at our Roseville Galleria store in California, first learned about Koinonia Homes for Teens, he knew he wanted to help.
Our Westgate Mall store is now home to 308 solar panels, while our East Bay Bridge Center store hosts 696 panels.