Macy’s and Nashville CARES welcome seven local women to bring awareness to National Women and Girls HIV / AIDS Awareness Day on March 10
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Day is March 10 and 1 in 9 women with HIV don’t know they have it. To bring awareness to this mission, Macy’s Green Hills opened the doors early for a private shopping event for seven women from Nashville CARES who have been impacted by HIV/ AIDS. Thanks to a partnership with Nashville CARES and a $1,750 donation from Macy’s, seven women living with HIV shopped for brand new clothes, accessories and learned skincare tips from Clinique experts.
Macy’s is proud to support incredible organizations— such as Nashville CARES — whose impactful work plays a vital role in strengthening and enriching the local community and beyond. More information is available at macys.com/macysgives.
Nashville CARES mission is to end the HIV epidemic in Middle Tennessee. We work to achieve this through education, advocacy and support for those at risk for or living with HIV.
Last year, Nashville CARES served more than 50,000 Middle Tennesseans at risk of or living with HIV providing: $650,000 in financial assistance; $400,000 in nutritional support; $120,000 for 750 clients transportation; 17,000 hours of case management support; and 7,000 HIV tests.