Corporate Social Responsibility

We appreciate your interest in Foot Locker, Inc. and our Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) program.

We recognize that this is a journey. We view reporting as an ongoing process and expect our public disclosures to continue to evolve. We are fully committed to building on our progress and strengthening our vision for a more sustainable world. In 2021, we arrived at an important milestone in our journey as we published our inaugural Impact Report covering two fiscal years (2019-20), which provides details on our global CSR program, consistent with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) reporting standards, including our priority initiatives during this period and our performance on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) topics.

To learn more about our global CSR program, please review our Impact Report.

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Our commitment to CSR—built on a strong foundation of transparency, governance, and ethics—creates value for Foot Locker, Inc. and our stakeholders. Our stakeholders increasingly want to know that the company they are buying from, investing in, working for, or doing business with, is not only delivering strong financial returns, but also acting responsibly. They look to companies like ours to be good corporate citizens that value their team members, give back to their communities in meaningful ways, and actively address the impact their operations may have on the environment.

The way in which we achieve our purpose is just as important as the outcome itself–which is why, over the past three years, we have been on a purposeful journey to improve the environmental and social impacts of our business, measure the impact we are making, and communicate with our stakeholders. Working collaboratively with our vendor partners, we look to integrate sustainability into our everyday actions.

Our global CSR program is focused on the following four pillars:

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