Our Stories


Respect, integrity and loyalty. These are core values servicemen and servicewomen live by every day, and values that have long been part of the culture that makes TJX a special place to work.

In keeping with TJX's global efforts to be a good corporate citizen and give back to the communities in which we do business.

Across the U.S., there are families with children struggling to meet their basic needs, including providing meals for the family.

Domestic violence impacts women, men, and children of every age, race, culture, sexual orientation, gender, and socio-economic status. That's why, for over 20 years, TJX has supported domestic violence prevention efforts at organizations that promote the health of families and children.

Since 2008, T.K. Maxx and HomeSense have been working in 12 communities in the Rwenzori region of Uganda to help send children to school.

After graduating high school, 18-year-old Georgia was uncertain of what her next steps should be in finding a good job.

At TJX, we take pride in being a desired Employer – a Company where people proactively seek out opportunities.

T.J. Maxx has always been, and remains, passionate about helping children in need reach their full potential.

At Marshalls, our goal is to support the communities in which we do business through a commitment to organizations that support the health of families.

As a global company with more than 3,300 stores, we are always looking for new and innovative ways to reduce our impact on the environment.

As we continue on our path to becoming a $40 billion-plus global value retailer, we keep sustainability top of mind by examining where we might improve operational efficiency and reduce environmental impact.

"Overwhelmingly powerful" are the two words that Joe Dubord used to describe his first trip to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, an organization HomeGoods has proudly partnered with for the past 5 year.