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Multinational retailer Abercrombie & Fitch has donated approximately $100,000 to World Vision USA, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit that helps children, families and communities reach their full potential by addressing poverty and injustice. “Abercrombie isn’t a brand where you need to fit in—it’s one where everyone truly belongs. We lead with purpose, and that inclusive and equitable spirit is woven throughout all we do,” said Fran Horowitz, CEO, A&F Co.

One of its latest efforts, the Abercrombie Equity Project is dedicated to supporting social and racial justice by empowering all voices and making an impact by generating funding, enabling change and sharing the experiences of underrepresented communities. It recently partnered with The Steve Fund, the nation’s leading non-profit organization specifically devoted to the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color. The company pledged $250,000 to the fund in support of Black History Month and on behalf of the Abercrombie Equity Project’s commitment to racial justice.