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Tailored Brands and our employees have generous spirits. When not providing world class service to our customers, we are invested in supporting and nurturing the communities in which we live and work. We understand that it is the communities we serve that have made us successful and we are privileged to give back to our employees, our customers and our communities.

We look forward to sharing periodic updates on our efforts.

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New Bedford Factory to Make Reusable Facemasks for Healthcare Workers

March 2020

New Bedford Factory to Make Reusable Facemasks for Healthcare Workers

While we may not be running at 100%, our commitment to supporting our communities is as strong as ever. Our factory in New Bedford, Massachusetts, in conjunction with a leading privately held manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies, will begin the production of cotton washable facemasks that can be used when an FDA approved mask is not available. The factory will use the manufacturer’s material and specifications and provide the sewing.

The Company will bring back furloughed employees to make 50,000 masks over the next few weeks and will continue to look for additional opportunities to help front-line healthcare professionals.

We will continue to partner wherever we are needed, because helping our country and citizens fight this virus is exactly the kind of Company we are.

America’s Most Responsible Companies

February 2020

America’s Most Responsible Companies

We are honored to have been named to Newsweek’s inaugural 2020 list of Americas Most Responsible Companies.

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Men’s Wearhouse Salutes America’s Heroes

NOVEMBER 2019

Men’s Wearhouse Salutes America’s Heroes

As a proud sponsor of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society, Men’s Wearhouse created custom formalwear for the Medal of Honor recipients attending the annual Patriot Gala that took place in Tampa, Florida, on Friday, October 25th. The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration granted to those who distinguish themselves through conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty. Partnering with the Congressional Medal of Honor Society to design and create custom formalwear for our nation’s heroes directly supports the Men’s Wearhouse goal of “Serving Those Who Serve”.

K&G Nurtures the Community

OCTOBER 2019

K&G Nurtures the Community

Our K&G teams have been giving back in their communities all year, and here are just some examples:

  • Ladies/Kids Merchandising Teams volunteered at the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
  • Planning and Men’s Merchandising teams made an assortment of baked goods and brought holiday cheer to families staying at the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House, a place for families to call home while their children are undergoing treatment at a local Children’s Hospital.
  • The HR Team volunteered with Hands-On-Atlanta to create 1,957 carefully portioned meals for the elderly and disabled in need.
  • Runners and walkers from our Atlanta corporate office participated in the Atlanta Mission’s 5k Race to End Homelessness.

Thank you to our K&G team for giving us these inspiring examples of nurturing our communities.

Jos. A. Bank and K&G Stores to join the fight against Breast Cancer in October

SEPTEMBER 2019

Jos. A. Bank and K&G Stores to join the fight against Breast Cancer in October

Breast Cancer has touched the lives of each one of us. With about 245,000 new cases of breast cancer in women and 2,200 new cases in men, research and new treatment options are critical.

During the month of October, our Jos. A. Bank and K&G stores will be “going pink” to raise awareness and to offer support to those impacted by breast cancer. A variety of activities are planned to include:

  • Wearing pink on select days as a display of solidarity
  • Writing notes of encouragement to be included in Hope Kits (Jos. A. Bank only) for those undergoing treatment

Making donation(s) to the National Breast Cancer Foundation

The Suit Drive Allows Us to Donate Confidence

JULY 2019

The Suit Drive Allows Us to Donate Confidence

During the entire month of July, our Men’s Wearhouse and Moores employees and customers, along with celebrities, professional athletes, media and bloggers, all united behind a powerful cause — putting people back to work.

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of this team, we were able to once again make a significant impact in the lives of those facing obstacles in their efforts to re-enter the work force by collecting a total of 357,030 clothing items during our annual Suit Drive.

Thank you notes from our charity partners are already rolling in!

“…thank you for the donation of the men’s professional clothing. Your company’s commitment to helping low-income men striving for self-sufficiency has gone a long way. Your contribution will make a difference in the lives of our participants. With your generous support, the clothing will be far-reaching as they seek opportunities in the workforce.”

Saamis Immigration Services Association
Medicine Hat, Alberta

“On behalf of the homeless community in Palm Beach County, we would like to thank you for all the efforts you and your South Florida stores have brought forward to make this a successful event. With your support, the Homeless Coalition is able to continue its work to provide a multitude of life sustaining, supportive services for homeless men that come to the Senator Philip D. Lewis Center for assistance. Your donations will help many of them during their essential job search.”

The Homeless Coalition
Palm Beach, Florida