When our founders, Doris and Don Fisher, started Gap Inc. in 1969, a key part of their vision of success was creating opportunities for the people and communities touched by our business throughout the world.
Today, we’re working harder than ever to make our business more sustainable by setting bold goals, designing new programs and partnering with others to change our industry for the better.
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Gap Inc. ESG Hub and Global
From day one, we’ve been guided by the principle of equality for all. This means making the necessary changes across our company and also inspiring change within our industry -- from addressing labor issues and supporting the people who make our clothes, to investing in programs to support employees and communities around the world, to celebrating individuality and diversity.
We’re not perfect, but we’re committed to ongoing progress. Here's the latest
Protecting our planet is fundamental to our sustainable business strategy and central to our company’s future. Damage to the climate and the urgency of water scarcity are global challenges that transcend boundaries, affecting people and communities everywhere.
We are taking steps every day through incorporating sustainability into product design and partnering with business, nonprofit, governmental and community organizations to do our part in building a healthy place to thrive for generations to come. Here’s the latest
Great products are created with sustainability at their core — which means ethically sourcing and using more sustainable raw materials to make our clothes.
We are constantly innovating and working to design our products using more sustainable raw materials and concentrate our business decisions with preferred vendors to drive positive impact on a larger scale to create long-term progress. Here’s the latest
We collect and analyze data across key areas affecting people, the environment and our products.
Data plays a central role in evaluating our progress and improving our programs. We use data to understand trends, gain insights into issues and identify new opportunities to make improvements. Learn More
“A group of 45 Gap Inc. employees, called the Color Proud Council, is taking diversity and inclusion head-on at the company, overhauling how all of its seven brands market, merchandise and hire to have a new focus on inclusivity. “
“Gap will team with textile manufacturer Arvind Ltd. to open the 18,000-square-foot plant, which it’s calling an “innovation center.”
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