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HOPES Teams Up With Macy’s to Shop For A Cause

On Saturday, August 23rd, Macy’s will host its 9th annual Shop For A Cause, benefiting Northern Nevada HOPES and charities nationwide.

Purchase a Shop For a Cause savings pass for $5 to receive store discounts, and Macy’s will donate 100% of proceeds to HOPES.

Purchase your savings pass by calling (775) 997-7523 or emailing suzy@nnhopes.org.

Use your pass when you Shop For A Cause on Saturday, August 23, 2014, at Macy’s Reno to receive 25% off* on regular, sale and clearance merchandise, including designer brands, throughout the store, as well as 10% off electronics, furniture, mattresses and area rugs.

Get an early start on Christmas and holiday shopping by taking advantage of this great deal by Macy’s. You will also be eligible to win a $500 Macy’s gift card, (no purchase necessary) by filling out the raffle form on the savings pass and depositing in the collection box at the store on the 23rd.

Over $44 million has been raised for local and national charities in the eight years that Macy’s has held this signature “give back” event and over $26 million was contributed to nearly 6,000 nonprofit organizations by Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, Inc. (including the Macy’s Foundation) in 2013.

Macy’s GlamPass sold in stores during the end of July through mid-August supports grants to HIV/AIDS organizations in cities with Macy’s stores. The grants included sponsorship of awareness walks and runs (including the Northern Nevada AIDS Walk/Run) as well as funding for meals and nutrition programs, housing programs, and research and counseling initiatives.

Thank you Macy’s for stepping up to fight HIV/AIDS and for helping local and national charities raise funds and awareness for those in need.

* Exclusions and restrictions apply. See shopping pass for details.

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