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Free crocs for healthcare workers


Healthcare workers have struggled over the past two years, to say the least – and their work is incredibly demanding even when there is no ongoing pandemic. Crocs, which are pretty much the shoes of choice for nurses, doctors and anyone working in the healthcare industry, are giving away free pairs of their lightweight shoes to these workers so they can relax even – if their shift isn’t going easy on them.

Crocs has donated nearly one million pairs of free shoes to healthcare workers since the spring of 2020, when the pandemic began and people in hospitals and other healthcare facilities needed serious relief.




Joining the contest this year is FIGS Scrubs: healthcare workers can enter online for a chance to receive a pair of classic Crocs clogs and a pair of FIGS Scrubs as well.

Here’s how to enter: Go to Crocs.com, use the link to create an EQL profile (a service that helps ensure fair gifts), and fill out the form. It will ask you for basic information such as your name and address, as well as contact information. You will also come to a page asking for your top and bottom sizes, as well as your shoe size. The final step is to enter your credit card information, but you won’t be charged to enter; it’s just to confirm your place in the drawing. It closes on May 12, so don’t wait.

If you are one of the lucky beneficiaries, you will receive an e-mail informing you of your success! Your Crocs will then be shipped and could appear in white, gray or navy – colors that go with just about anything. FIGS will ship the scrubs separately.

Crocs isn’t the only brand showing appreciation for healthcare workers — plenty of companies are offering discounts to show appreciation and make long days a little easier. Nurses can get 25% off comfortable and lightweight throws from Rumpl, 20% off Girlfriend Collective, 20% off YETI to keep drinks cold for the entire shift, and 20% off Casper (the mattresses are the key to a good night’s sleep after a shift).