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Anthropologie celebrates Giving Tuesday with an experiential pop-up in New York to benefit hospitals of the Children’s Miracle Network


100% of Pop-Up sales will be donated to their charitable partner

PHILADELPHIA CREAM, November 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Anthropology is pleased to announce a one-day-only pop-up for Giving Tuesday at Grand Central Terminal in support of Miracle Children’s Network (CMN) Hospitals. The experiential pop-up, which will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Vanderbilt Hall, will feature an interactive display of the brand’s most beloved candles that will be available for purchase, with 100% of all sales going to CMN hospitals.

Anthropologie celebrates Giving Tuesday with an experiential pop-up in New York to benefit hospitals of the Children’s Miracle Network

“At Anthropologie, our hope is to couple the excitement of discovery with the selfless spirit of the season, and our Giving Tuesday pop-up will do just that,” said Elizabeth preis, marketing director at Anthropologie. “Holidays are at the heart of our brand – a chance to inspire our customers to celebrate in unique, creative and inventive ways. Our pop-up features our larger campaign, #AllAGlowWithAnthro, with a festive environment and an organized assortment of our whimsical candles only at anthro, while giving everyone who walks through the door the opportunity to give back to a wonderful organization. “

At November, 1stst, Anthropologie announced that Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals as their exclusive charitable partner for the 2021 holiday season. The brand is committed to matching customer donations until $ 100,000, and thanks to their partnership with The craftsman’s box, will create and donate more than 600 holiday-themed craft kits, including a glowing ornament, for children treated at CMN hospitals nationwide.

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals is a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase funds and awareness for 170 children’s hospitals across the United States and Canada, and to provide life-changing care for its pediatric patients. CMN Hospitals are the largest network of children’s hospitals across the country supporting the health of 10 million children each year. 100% of funds raised through their partnership with Anthropologie will go to a local CMN hospital.

Proof of vaccination and masks are required at the pop-up event.

About anthropology

A unique lifestyle brand, Anthropology is in constant conversation with our thoughtful and creative community, and we pride ourselves on our connections with people who put self-expression first and are actively seeking inspiration. We are committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations in unexpected and personalized ways. Over the years our product offering has expanded to include clothing, footwear, accessories, sportswear, bridal (via our sister brand BHLDN), beauty, wellness, furniture, interior design, garden (via our sister brand Ground), and much more, the majority of which are only available from Anthropologie. Founded in 1992, Anthropologie today delivers to more than 100 countries (via and operates more than 200 stores worldwide.

About MCN Hospitals

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® raises funds for 170 children’s hospitals that support the health of 10 million children each year in the United States and Canada. Donations go to local hospitals to fund life-saving treatments and health services, as well as innovative research, life-saving pediatric medical equipment, child protection services that provide reassurance to children and families during difficult stays at home. hospital and financial assistance for families who could not otherwise afford these health services. When we improve the health of all children and empower them to reach their full potential, we also improve our communities for years to come. Together we can change the health of children. Together we can change the future. To learn more about the Children’s Miracle Network hospitals and your local children’s hospital, visit

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