Macy’s offers campaign to help raise money in the wake of the Tree of Life tragedy
Macy’s is committed to strengthening the Pittsburgh community as it begins the recovery process following the mass killings at the Tree of Life Congregation in Squirrel Hill.
To assist, Macy’s will launch a “round up” campaign with the help of its customers and associates.
Starting Wednesday and continuing through Nov. 21, all Macy’s stores in the Pittsburgh area will offer customers the opportunity to round up their in-store purchase to the nearest dollar (up to 99 cents) to benefit the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh.
Macy’s will match each donation, up to $30,000.
This is just the start, the department store said. Macy’s will continue to work with the Pittsburgh community to identify meaningful ways to support all impacted by this tragedy.