Fashion Brand J.Jill Is Thanking Healthcare Workers With $50 Off

Holly Carter
Photo credit: Noam Galai - Getty Images
Photo credit: Noam Galai - Getty Images

From Oprah Magazine

  • This May, J.Jill is celebrating nurses and first responders in more ways than one.

  • The retailer and apparel brand is currently offering $50 off for frontline healthcare workers, and donating $50,000 to #FirstRespondersFirst.

We can all agree one one thing right now: If there is one group of people that deserves to be rewarded during these unprecedented times, it’s nurses and first responders.

Retailer and women’s apparel brand J.Jill is answering that call with a most special program just in time to kick off National Nurses Week, which begins (May 6th and ends May 12th. The company is currently offering up to 10,000 codes for $50 to be used on jjill.com, so those on the frontlines of COVID-19 can treat themselves to a little retail therapy and shop the latest collection. (Healthcare professionals just need to verify their credentials.)

“J.Jill is proud to recognize and give back to those helping to battle this ongoing pandemic,” says Jim Scully, Interim CEO of J.Jill.

And J.Jill isn’t stopping there. The company is also donating $50,000 to #FirstRespondersFirst, an initiative that provides resources like childcare, protective equipment, and counseling to healthcare workers.

Want to get in on all of the charitable action? It’s super easy. Thank a frontline worker in your life by simply tagging them in the above post—or if you want to show your general appreciation, just share the post using @jjillstyle #FirstRespondersFirst. For every tag or share, the company will give yet another $1 to #FirstRespondersFirst, up to $25,000.

We’re all in this together, so help get the word out. Sharing is caring!


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