One of the issues we’re most passionate about is public school education—and in particular, the support of teachers. Since 2011, J.Crew has donated substantial funding to our two core partners: DonorsChoose.org and Teach For America.
Whenever possible, we like to use our creative resources to lend support, designing T-shirts and other items to sell in our stores and online and donating all our profits to the charity we partner with. To date, we have donated over $1 million to our partners through the sale of our Garments for Good.
Learn about some of the causes we support and shop our Garments for Good collection here.
We understand the positive impact our associates can have on the community, as well as the impact meaningful volunteer opportunities can have on our associates. Our J.Crew Cares volunteer program invites associates to participate in group activities like revitalizing public schools, planting edible gardens and mentoring children. Since the launch of our program, thousands of associates have dedicated their time to making a difference.
Additionally, J.Crew offers an associate matching program that provides cash donations to charitable organizations based on personal time or money donated by individual associates.
J.Crew provides support through clothing and product donations to Good360.org, a nonprofit organization that distributes items to community service groups that are improving the lives of people in need.
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J.Crew donates to charitable organizations that are registered under the U.S. Internal Revenue code 501(c)(3), government institutions and schools. We partner with specific pre-selected charitable organizations only after careful evaluation, and we do not accept unsolicited letters of inquiry, proposals or applications.
J.Crew does not fund:
- Organizations that do not have 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
- Religious organizations for religious purposes
- Political candidates or lobbying organizations
- Organizations with a limited constituency, such as fraternal or labor groups
- Travel by groups or individuals
- National conferences
- Sponsorships or advertising
- Anti-business groups
- Team sponsorships or athletic scholarships
- Organizations whose sole purpose is advocacy