Lenox Square and Wellspring Living Coat Drive

During the month of January, Lenox Square will serve as a collection site for Wellspring Living coat donations. The community is encouraged to drop off new or gently used outerwear for both children and adults at Guest Services, located near Neiman Marcus on the mall level by the east parking deck.

Founded in 2001, Wellspring Living is a non-profit organization that helps survivors of childhood sexual abuse, exploitation and domestic trafficking through its residential and community-based programs. Wellspring Living is dedicated to protecting and empowering victims through various programs that help youth and women develop the courage and confidence they need to move forward and succeed in life. Wellspring Living seeks to provide transformative care through various therapeutic services, education, life skills and personal and professional development.

Organized in conjunction with Wellspring Living, Lenox Square is serving as a drop-off location for coat donations. For the entire month of January, shoppers are encouraged to bring their donations to the drop-off center inside the mall to support an incredible organization.

For more information on the mall or the coat drive, visit Lenox Square on Facebook and Twitter.

About Lenox Square: Lenox Square is an Atlanta landmark. Founded in 1959, Lenox Square is one of the largest shopping centers in the Southeast. Anchored by Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s and Neiman Marcus, shoppers have more than 250 store choices, including exclusive retailers such as FENDI, Prada and Louis Vuitton. Stores range from designer boutiques such as Cartier and Salvatore Ferragamo to casual staples such as J.Crew and Banana Republic. Five full-service restaurants including True Food Kitchen and Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar; an extensive food court, Lenox Fashion Café; and casual dining options including Corner Bakery Café and Cousins Maine Lobster make the center a popular dining and entertainment destination. Each year, Lenox Square is home to the annual Macy’s Tree Lighting, an Atlanta holiday tradition. For a map and store listings, as well as directions, events and job listings, visit www.simon.com.

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