At Gap Inc., it's always the season of giving, but this time of year, we're especially in the gifting spirit.
Continuing one of our favorite traditions during the holidays, Old Navy welcomed nearly 100 kids from GLIDE, a San Francisco-based organization that runs services for low-income and homeless families, for a holiday shopping spree of their own.
It's a part of our commitment to Be What's Possible, and our ongoing efforts to support the communities we're in and the people we reach.
Supplied with a list of items and sizes, each child was treated to a $100 shopping spree at the Old Navy Flagship Store on Market Street in San Francisco, along with their very own personal shopper — an Old Navy volunteer.
Speeding through the racks and stacks of colorful Old Navy wares, the kids each filled their bags with presents for friends, family, and of course, themselves. (If you've never seen a seven-year-old with $100 burning a hole in their pocket and free reign of three stories of shopping, you haven't seen unbridled excitement at its best.)
With gifts bought, bags filled, and smiles on their faces, everyone left happy and in the holiday spirit.
See more of the work we're doing with Be What's Possible and how we're supporting families and communities in need (and how you can, too) here.