Feeling the Holiday Spirit with Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers, Big Sisters children from Martin County were invited to Macy’s in Jensen Beach for a magical morning with their families

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Jennavive and Deborah Barge
Jennavive and Deborah Barge. Photo courtesy of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties recently partnered with Macy’s to hold holiday experiences for more than 100 children in Palm Beach County and Martin County.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters children from Martin County were invited to Macy’s in Jensen Beach for a magical morning with their families or Big Brother/Big Sister. Participating children received a Santa hat, a holiday goodie bag, and a $50 gift card to shop before the store opened to the public. To fuel the fun, the young shoppers enjoyed breakfast, where they wrote letters to Santa, made arts and crafts, and played with toys from the Toys “R” Us in-store shop.

Photo courtesy of  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties
Photo courtesy of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties

The kids went on a shopping spree to find gifts for their families and were able to wrap them in the store. Macy’s was presented with a special thank you plaque signed by the kids, families, and mentors. In November, Macy’s launched a multi-year partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America to serve young people through the power of mentorship, creating a path for success, and impact that lasts a lifetime. Through its social purpose platform, Mission Every One, Macy’s has committed to creating brighter futures through bold representation for all. This holiday season, Macy’s customers will have the opportunity to help fuel these life-changing mentoring experiences by donating online at or rounding up in-store purchases (up to $0.99) through December 24.

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