Old Navy Super Safety Event
When we think of Old Navy, images of great clothing at great prices, back-to-school shopping and helpful employees come to mind.
What is also true is that Old Navy is about much more than selling clothes.
Old Navy is committed to child safety in its stores, as the sponsor of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s Code Adam program, and in our communities – as the host of the Old Navy Safety events.
Old Navy isn’t just the sponsor of Code Adam, which is NCMEC’s free missing child protocols for retailers, explaining what to do when a child is missing within a store. Old Navy trains its associates about Code Adam and frequently provides updates so that employees have it top of mind.
Ten years ago, Old Navy partnered with NCMEC to create and host Old Navy Safety events across the country and Canada. Today, this program has grown to include the Old Navy stores in Mexico and all safety resources are available in English and Spanish.
The Old Navy Safety events provide children, parents, guardians and grandparents with free internet and real-world safety tips and information. Typically, the Safety Events include a special and festive day filled with firetrucks, child ids, coloring book stations, photos with local heroes and visits from K-9 units.
Although much of that isn’t possible this year due to Covid-19, Old Navy has kept its commitment to its customers and keeping kids safe and is offering contactless safety events with important safety tools.
Mark your calendars! Old Navy employees and Old Navy are promoting kid safety all week long from Sept. 24 through Sept. 30.
As a way to thank its customers, anyone who makes an in-store donation will get a discount of $5 off any purchase of $40 or more!*
If you’re doing your shopping online you can still support NCMEC’s mission of protecting children by making a donation at www.OldNavySafety.com, where you can also find fun activities, a free child ID, FREE tips and other tools to help teach kids safety.
*Discount only applies for in-store donations in the U.S. and Canada.