Crocs Thoughtfully Expands Its Shoe Donations to Servers, Cooks, Delivery Drivers, and More
After Crocs successfully launched its "free pair for healthcare" initiative in March, the brand is generously taking its donations a step further. On Friday, May 15, the company is transitioning into its "Pairs That Care" phase, which allows "servers, line cooks, grocery store attendants, delivery drivers, retail employees, and anyone else that has been significantly affected by the [COVID-19] crisis" to sign up for free shoes via the website at 12 p.m. ET. Crocs will continue to grant donations until the day's fulfillment has been allotted and kindly asks people to take advantage if they are in need of shoes that are easy to clean for their line of work or unsure where their next paycheck is coming from.
Not only is Crocs working hard to make sure to distribute shoes, its leaders are brainstorming even more ways to give back while people continue to struggle. The brand will resume sending shoes to healthcare workers on Monday, May 18. POPSUGAR asked Crocs to share some behind-the-scenes photos of those who are helping to deliver the shoes, or healthcare workers who have shown the brand their gratitude so far. "We've seen tons of comments and DMs across our social channels from people all over the country who have received shoes as a part of Crocs' recent donation efforts," Crocs assured us. Read ahead for a look at the Crocs community, and spread the word about Pairs That Care if you know someone in need.