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This Week’s Brooks Brothers Sales Event Supports Wish Granting

Brooks Brothers outfitted Dominic for his wish to have a Night of Gratitude
Did you know that Brooks Brothers helps children with critical illnesses look and feel their best on their wish? Brooks Brothers also donates funds that give strength to our wish-granting process.

This week, YOU can participate in Brooks Brothers’ efforts that support our mission! Today and Thursday, Brooks Brothers will donate 10 percent of net sales to the Golden Fleece Foundation, which supports Make-A-Wish, with a minimum guarantee of $50,000.

Plus, through May 5, Brooks Brothers will accept donations online and in-store to support Make-A-Wish®. The store will also donate $5 of the purchase price of each Brooke® the Bear and Brooksie® the Bear.

Brooks Brothers outfitted Alvaro's wish to form a band

Brooks Brothers outfitted Alvaro's wish to build his own band.

From custom-fit suits and shopping sprees to spring sales events and campaigns, Brooks Brothers has contributed more than $5 million to Make-A-Wish and helped grant more than 640 wishes, encouraging kids to exude confidence and feel their very best. Thank you, Brooks Brothers, for helping us grant life-changing wishes to children with critical illnesses for the past 17 years!

Visit the Brooks Brothers website for more details behind this week’s event. Interested in more ways to support Make-A-Wish? Check out these Promotions That Give Back.


Top photo caption: Brooks Brothers outfitted Dominic for his wish to have a Night of Gratitude.  |  Photo credit: Xsight Photography & Video

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