Gymboree and Mandy Moore spread joy and give back to communities this holiday season

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Specialty children’s retailer supports families in need across the country through ongoing partnership with Delivering Good

SECAUCUS, NJ, November 22, 2022 // PRNewswire // – The Children’s Place, Inc. (NASDAQ: PLCE), today announced an ongoing collaboration between Gymboree and actress, singer and philanthropist Mandy Moore for the 2022 holiday season. parties, while helping kids and families look and feel their best, Gymboree, in partnership with Mandy Moore, will donate more than $500,000 in clothing and launch a number of stocked wardrobes Gymboree brand edge. to families in need across the country through their partnership with the national non-profit organization Delivering Good. Located in deserving neighborhoods, these Gymboree branded wardrobe closets will be stocked throughout the year with the brand’s latest arrivals, encouraging confidence and self-expression in children in the communities.

To kick off the holiday season, Gymboree and Ms. Moore unveiled their first community closet at Union Station Homeless Services in Pasadena, California. The Gymboree team, Ms Moore, and one of Delivering Good’s board members, Vince Adams, along with Delivering Good’s Director of Product Sourcing, Merrie Keller, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a Grand Opening Ceremony with fun activities for kids and families. . Families at the center received personalized gifts, a meet and greet with Mrs. Moore, a festive arts and crafts session and a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

“We couldn’t be more honored to have ushered in the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday season with the families of Union Station Homeless Services, Delivering Good and Mandy,” said Maegan Markee, Senior Vice President, Marketing at Gymboree. “Gymboree is committed to giving back to children and families in need, especially during an often challenging and financially challenging time for many. We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Mandy and Delivering Good in giving back and spreading holiday cheer. to families in need across the country From our family in Gymboree to yours, we wish everyone a happy holiday season.

“The holidays are a time of joy, togetherness and generosity and I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to meet and give back to the families of Union Station Homeless Services,” said Mandy Moore. “I’m so excited to build on my partnership with Gymboree to help others create magical memories this year. Spending the 2022 holiday season as a family of four will be an experience like no other, and more, knowing that we’re giving back to provide support to families across the country will surely make this a holiday season to remember.”

To continue its longstanding commitment to spreading joy, Gymboree is partnering with Delivering Good to donate $500,000 worth of children’s clothing to families in need across the country. Additionally, Gymboree will continue its efforts by launching nine additional wardrobes during the holiday season that will be matched with organizations that are part of the Delivering Good network. Highlighting the importance of giving back during the holidays, the donation will help families celebrate the season and create memories with their children that will last a lifetime.

“We are so grateful to Gymboree and Mandy Moore for their generosity and for helping to make the holidays a little brighter for families and children across the country,” said Matthew Fasciano, President and CEO of Delivering. Good. “For children struggling with poverty, a new outfit, especially for parties, can be life changing. Small moments of caring can lead to treasured memories, and these gifts will help families celebrate the holidays a little more with their little ones.

Designed to celebrate childhood and help families look their best for any occasion, Gymboree collections are available in sizes newborn – 12 years old. , hats, hair accessories, etc.

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