Old Navy Donating $30 Million in Clothes for Coronavirus Relief
First, Gap, Inc., which owns Old Navy, made headlines for using their supply chain to connect medical personnel with PPE. Now, Old Navy has announced a massive donation.
According to Fashion United, Old Navy is "donating over $30 million of clothing to American families in need."
Old Navy is working with a number of partners to distribute the goods to vulnerable families including nonprofit organizations Good360 and Baby2Baby as well as transportation partner Penske Logistics.
Old Navy is also sending 50,000 non-medical-grade masks to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
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